The Yemeni army was involved in violent clashes with Houthi rebels and Saleh militias inside the strategic Khalid bin Walid camp in Taiz. The army was reinforced by artillery and missiles cover and was also supported by Arab coalition aircrafts and warships near the port of Al-Mokha. Moreover the coalition forces intensified raids targeting militia hubs and gatherings in the north of Hodeida and in the south-east of Midi, where they killed many Houthi and Sleh militiamen. In fine several Houthi militias fled towards the south after these attaccks.
Death toll from indiscriminate shelling by Saudi-funded mercenaries on a public market in Taiz city rose to 24 and 27 injured, an official told Saba on Sunday. The death increased because the mercenaries continued shelling the area and nearby al-Jamala quarter until late time that prevented ambulances and rescue teams from searching for possible survivors, deputy manager of the health office Wathaq al-Fakih told Saba.