A drone with a bomb attached belonging to Yemen’s Houthi movement carried out an attack against the al-Anad Air Base in southern Yemen on Thursday, killing at least six personnel participating in a military parade.
Pro-Saudi officials, whose forces were attacked at the parade, said that
it proved the Houthis don’t want peace. They urged the international
community to unite and forcibly disarm the Houthis.
Officials also accused the Houthis of exploiting the Hodeidah ceasefire
with this attack, though the attack was in Lahj Province, which is far
from Hodeidah, and nowhere near the ceasefire region.
The Houthis own statement said the attack targeted “invaders and
mercenaries.” They also claimed a bigger death toll, saying said there
were “dozens of dead and wounded” in the attack.
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