Clashes between Yemeni government forces and rebel militias have killed at least 100 people
The ongoing war in Yemen is intensifying. Tensions between government forces and rebel militias in Ma’arib have claimed nearly 100 lives in the past 24 hours.
A fierce battle is raging between the Arab League-backed Yemeni government and Houthi rebels. In the Yemeni city of Ma’arib, a fierce battle broke out between the two armies in which about 100 people were killed in the last 24 hours. The dead included 32 government and 58 Houthi fighters.
Last month, Iranian-backed Houthi rebels reportedly laid siege to Ma’areb, the last stronghold of the Arab League-backed Yemeni government army.
On the other hand, the United States has urged the Houthi rebels to stop their aggression in Ma’arib. The US Secretary of State has also announced one hundred and ninety million aid for the affected area.
On the other hand, the United Nations says that تین 3.85 billion is needed to get Yemen out of the humanitarian crisis, but so far only ارب 1.17 billion has been raised.