Arab coalition jets shelled Dabba oil port in Hadramawt in southeastern Yemen.
The shelling comes within the framework of the movements of national army towards Hadramawt to purge it from Qaeda terrorists, according to local sources Friday.
Qaeda members use the port to sell and smuggle oil derivatives.
In Lahij, the army and resistance forces were able to enter Hawta city, local sources said.
The jets of the coalition shelled Qaeda members Thursday in Abyan governorate.
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