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Yemen's army liberates 600 km² in Ma'rib

Abdullatif Al-Washali
Press TV, Sana'a

'Dawn of Victory' is the title of the Yemeni army’s recent military operation in which Yemen's armed forces, backed by local tribes, managed to liberate 600 square kilometres from the Saudi-backed forces in the strategic Ma'rib province.

So far, more than thousands of enemy forces have been killed or injured during the operation.

The army has vowed to carry out further operations against the Saudi-led coalition until a complete liberation of all the Yemeni soil is achieved.

Following the "Dawn of Victory" operation, military sources said Yemen's armed forces have successfully liberated the whole district of Al-Juba from the Saudi-backed forces in the south of Ma’rib.

For many months now, Yemen's army has been intensifying its operations to liberate the oil-rich province of Ma'rib from the Saudi-backed forces. Military experts say the army is now encircling Ma'rib from all sides which will force the Saudi-backed forces to surrender.

Over time, the Yemeni army keeps making new advances in battle fronts across Yemen.

People here say the army is defending their country against the aggressors and they will continue to support the armed forces until the full liberation of the Yemeni territories from foreign powers.

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