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(ENG) – Sahar, 6/9/2015 – The number of soldiers killed in a missile attack conducted by the Yemeni Army and the Yemeni Resistance Committees against the Safer’s barracks, in Maarib, stood at 300 deaths, announced Yemeni sources.

Among the dead are officer and soldiers from Saudi, UAE, Bahrain and other countries, sources said.

Last Friday the Yemeni Army and the Yemeni Resistance Committees fired a ballistic missile against a barracks in the town of Safar in the Saudi province of Maarib, killing dozens of officers from UAE, Bahraini, Saudi and other countries, and destroying a large amount of equipment and armored vehicles.

Saudi Emirates (UAE) confirmed the death of 45 soldiers in the missile attack.

Saudi has for its part confirmed the death of 10 Saudi soldiers. Bahrain confirmed the death of 5 Bahraini military.


(FRA) – Sahar, 6/9/2015 – Le nombre de militaires tués lors de l’attaque au missile menée par l’armée et les comités yéménites contre la caserne de Safar s’élèvent à 300 morts, ont annoncé des sources yéménites.

Parmi les morts se trouvent des officier et soldats saoudiens, émiratis, bahreïni et des autres pays, selon ces sources.

Vendredi l’armée et les comités yéménites ont tiré un missile balistique contre une caserne dans la localité de Safar dans la province de Maarib tuant des dizaines d’officiers émiratis, bahreïnis, saoudiens et des autres pays en anéantissant une grande quantité d’équipements et de véhicules blindés.

Et ce alors que les Emirats Arabie Unis (E.A.U.) a confirmé la mort de 45 de leurs militaires tués lors de cette attaque au missile.

L’Arabie a pour sa part confirmé la mort de 10 soldats saoudien. De son côté, Bahreïn a confirmé la mort de 5 militaires bahreïnis.


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