DUBAI: The Arab coalition killed a Houthi field commander in Hajjah, western Yemen on Sunday, Saudi state news agency SPA reported.
Coalition forces launched six raids against Houthis in the Abs district of the province killing the commander and wounding several others. The raids also destroyed a Houthi operation room, the Yemen military website “September.net” reported.
Earlier in August, 10 drones hit the Shaybah natural gas liquefaction plant in Saudi Arabia near the UAE border. The attack, which was claimed by the Houthis, caused no injuries and did not disrupt operations, Saudi Arabia’s Aramco said at the time.