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At least 50 killed in Yemen clashes: Military sources
AFP , Thursday 16 Sep 2021
'A colonel and 19 other loyalists were killed in the past 24 hours in fighting with the Houthi insurgents in Al-Bayda district,' a government military official said, adding that 30 rebels also died.
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At least 50 rebels and pro-government troops, including a high-ranking officer, have been killed in clashes in Yemen's central province of Al-Bayda, military sources told AFP on Thursday.
"A colonel and 19 other loyalists were killed in the past 24 hours in fighting with the Houthi insurgents in Al-Bayda district," a government military official said, adding that 30 rebels also died.
 
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