Cease fire kills many between government and extremists in Yemen

Nov 18 2016 10:46 AM
Cease fire kills many between government and extremists in Yemen

Firing broke out between insurgents and government in the north and western parts of Yemen with death toll reaching 51. The Rebels said they were agreed upon settlement with the government but the armed forces supported by Saudi were not willing for the same.

The forces attacked the three fronts of the coastal town of Midi and Haradh, that killed 15 of the armed forces and 23 extremists.

"Until now there is no demand from the legitimate government to observe a ceasefire," alliance chief Major General Ahmed said. "Consequently, the operations of the Yemeni army, supported by the coalition, will continue." On Tuesday firings in Taez killed 39 people, including five civilians, 20 soldiers and 14 rebels, military officials said.

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