Forces loyal to the Yemeni government has been able to enter the presidential palace in Taiz amid violent clashes with Huthi fighters, according to local sources.
Medical sources said that 13 Huthia and eight loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, were killed in the clashes.
The pro-government forces have been able to control the number of mountain peaks on the southern road to Taiz, and surrounded the camp, located to the north of the presidential palace after fierce battles lasted several days with Huthi fighters.
The progress Hadi supporters of the support of the air strikes launched by coalition led by Saudi Arabia.
She said MSF The Houthi armed convoys of medical supplies were prevented from entering the area in Taiz, and MSF quoted residents as saying that there Huthi also prevented the entry of food, water and fuel to the region.
The 21 Huthia at least 15 members of the pro-government forces were killed Sunday in clashes and air strikes of the coalition, according to military sources.
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