Houthis send Sana'a back to the Middle Ages: Press Summary

Houthis send Sana'a back to the Middle Ages: Press Summary

- Houthis have sent Sana'a to the Middle Ages: Firewood is used for warmth and horses for commutes./Alghad Almoshreq's website.

- Houthis exploit the desperate people in Sana'a and make obtaining cooking gas obtainable to them only conditional upon joining the militia's warfronts/Multiple websites

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- Yemeni forces intercepted in Almahra (eastern Yemen) yesterday evening a shipment of thermal rockets, the biggest of its kind, meant to be smuggled to the Houthi militia. The shipment containing 54 rockets was coming from outside Yemen (O*an). The smuggling attempt comes days after the UN is said to have slapped sanctions on arms embargo to Houthis /Multiple websites

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- A number of researchers launch a studies and media center (The Country's Studies and Media Center) in Marib/Multiple websites.

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- The Houthi militia are setting up fake online profiles and groups on Whatsapp to trick Yemeni expats working abroad to fund alleged public services and projects (e.g. roads) in Ymeen. Houthi militants actually use 70% of the money to finance their futile war in the country/Okaz.

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- The Houthi militia throttle internet speed across most of Yemen/Khabar News Agency

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- The army intercepts the fiercest Houthi attacks on Marib through Al-Balaq fronts/Multiple websites

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- To the army and the resistance in Marib. Be alert to the trick/Almashehad Aldowali (opinion by Adel Alshojaa).

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- The Houthi militia bulldozed the Turkish memorial in Sana'a this Saturday morning/Multiple sources.

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- Yemen's deputy information minister Mohammed Qayzan called the monument vandalism "a terrorist and barbaric behavior."/Yeni Yemen.

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- The beginning of the Houthis' end: One picture shows how much the people of Sana'a hate Abdulmalik Al-Houthi and his supporters./Sawt Al-Watan.

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- Houthi militia confiscate Mahweet governor Saleh Sumay's properties in Sana'a./Almashehad Alyemeni.

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- Urgent appeals for the government to pay the army's salaries ahead of Ramadan/Crater Sky.

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- Two Yemeni expatriates fortunately survived unhurt after their cart hit a Houthi landmine in Aljawf on Friday evening. The expats were coming back from Saudi Arabia and heading to their village in northern Yemen's Hajjah/Al-Rashad Press.

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