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Yemeni Forces Pound Saudi-Led Military Bases in Najran Province
The Yemeni army and popular forces’ missile and artillery units heavily pounded the Saudi-led troops’ military positions in Najran in the Southern part of the kingdom. Saudi Arabia’s military positions in al-Khazra region in Najran province came under the Yemeni forces’ artillery shells and Katyusha rockets. Early reports said the Saudi-led forces sustained heavy losses in the attacks, but did not mention the number of possible casualties.
In a latest development on Monday, the Yemeni army and popular forces inflicted heavy losses in attacks on the Saudi-backed militants by firing four Grad missiles on militias’ positions in Ma’rib province. “The Wadi Namleh and Jabal Salab military bases in the Northeastern part of Harib al-Qaramish in Ma’rib province came under attack by four Grad missiles on Monday,” the Arabic-language Saba news agency quoted a Yemeni military source as saying. The Saudi-backed militias sustained heavy losses in the Yemeni attacks.
In a relevant development on Tuesday, media outlets in Yemen reported that a sum of 71 Saudi forces have been killed by the army and the Yemeni popular committees in the past two months. According to the Arabic-language al-Ahd news website, intensified operations by the Yemeni army and popular committees in the past two months have made the Saudi regime admit the death of 34 of its forces but the Yemeni media released the name of 71 Saudi military forces killed in Yemen, reporting that a monitoring of the Saudi social media in the past 60 days would also verify their claim.
Yemeni military and the Houthis are fighting with the Saudis in the area al-Baka of the province of Najran. Saudi Arabia
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