Saudi soldiers stand by in an airfield as a Saudi Air Force cargo plane lands at an airfield in Yemen's Ma'rib Province on January 26, 2018.

The Yemeni city of Aden has witnessed a clash between the forces of former Yemeni President Hadi and a number of allied forces supported by the United Arab Emirates.
The Associated Press reported heavy gunfire between the two sides in Aden’s Khormaksar district on Sunday.
The council, which was formed last year to push for a split between Yemen’s southern and northern parts, has accused the Hadi administration of pushing the impoverished country to the verge of famine.
Aden, Yemen’s second largest city, used to be the capital of the once independent South Yemen before unification in 1990.
The port city has now turned into a scene where Saudi Arabia and the UAE, members of a Riyadh-led coalition that is waging a war on Yemen, are competing for influence.
The Saudi aggression was launched in March 2015 in support of Yemen’s former Riyadh-friendly government and against the country’s Houthi Ansarullah movement, which has been running state affairs in the absence of an effective administration.
The Saudi-led coalition has also sent armored vehicles, tanks and ammunition to Ta’izz in a bid to help the mercenaries advance against the Houthis, said a pro-Hadi commander.

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