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Saudi Military Sustains More Casualties in War with Yemen, dozens of Saudis killed in Jizan province
(FNA) ~ The Yemeni army and popular forces’ attacks on Saudi Arabia’s military positions in Southern Saudi Arabia killed and injured several military personnel on Saturday.
“The Yemeni forces fired several mortar shells on the Saudi positions in Jizan province, killing three Saudi military men and injuring 11 others,” Saudi provincial official Yahya Abdullah Al-Qahtani announced.
In a relevant development on Thursday, the Yemeni forces killed 11 Saudi forces in Jizan province with their artillery fire.
The artillery shells were fired at the Southern parts of al-Sawabetah region in Jizan, field sources said.
Yemeni forces killed Saudi soldiers in Jizan province with their artillery fire
They added that the attack also injured dozens of Saudi forces.
The attack was launched after the Yemeni forces fired their upgraded ballistic missiles on the Saudi forces’ positions in Jizan.
Yemen’s Qaher-I ballistic missile precisely hit Saudi Arabia’s military bases in Jizan province on Wednesday, inflicting heavy losses on them.
Tens of Saudi troops were killed and dozens more were injured in the missile attack.
Also on Thursday, the Yemeni forces killed 11 Saudi forces in Jizan province with their artillery fire.
Also on Tuesday, the Yemeni army and the popular forces took nearly two dozen Saudi-led coalition troops into captivity in Central Yemen.
At least 20 Saudi troops were captured in heavy clashes with the Yemeni forces near Jawf-Ma’rib intersection in the Central part of Yemen.
The Saudi-led troops were trying to move through Jawf-Ma’rib intersection when they came under Yemeni forces’ ambush.
Also on Monday, tens of Saudi-led troops were killed and dozens more were injured in a successful ambush attack by the Yemeni forces in the province of Ma’rib, Central Yemen.
The Yemeni army and the popular forces also took scores of Saudi troops into captivity in Ma’rib province.
Saudi Forces, Al-Qaeda Terrorists Pushed Back from Strategic Mountains in Ta’iz Province
(FNA) ~ The Yemeni army and popular forces’ advances in Ta’izz province resulted in the withdrawal of Saudi troops and Al-Qaeda terrorists from Jbal Sabr (Sabr Mountain) strategic region in Yemen’s coastal province.The Saudi aggressors and Al-Qaeda terrorists used Jbal Sabr as their military and air bases.
The Yemeni forces have launched an attack from several direction to win back the mountainous region of Jbal Sabr.
Jbal Sabr mountainous region includes Al-Hada, Ashqab and Al-Arous hilltops. Jbal Sabr looks over a vast region of residential areas in the Ta’iz province.
Meantime, the Yemeni forces cleared Al-Awa military base and Al-Karba region in the province of Ta’iz.
Al-Karba was the biggest stronghold of the pro-Saudi troops in Jbal al-Habashi (Habashi Mountain) in Ta’iz province.
Several Yemeni civilians have lost their lives over the past three days as Saudi warplanes continue to pound areas across Yemen.
Yemeni Forces Kill US, French Officers in Ta’iz
(FNA) ~ The Yemeni army and popular forces killed several other Saudi-hired Blackwater militias in an attack on a military base in the province of Ta’iz.
A number of Blackwater mercenaries, including an American officer and a French officer, were killed in an attack on their military base in Zobab region in Ta’iz province, the Arabic-language media outlets reported.
The town of Zobab is located 40 kilometers to the North of Bab al-Mandeb and is of strategic importance.
Many more Blackwater mercenaries have been killed in the Yemeni attacks in recent weeks.
On December 23, 4 Blackwater mercenaries, including two British, an American and a South African paramilitary troops, were killed in an attack on their military base in Zobab region.
On December 9, 14 Blackwater mercenaries, including a British, a French, an Australian and six Colombians were killed in an attack on Al-Amri military base in Ta’iz province near the Bab al-Mandeb Strait.
After pulling out its troops from Yemen, the UAE recruited and sent Colombian forces to Yemen to replace its regular troops.
Yemeni Army Spokesman Sharaf Luqman has said that the Blackwater forces dispatched to Yemen comprise Al-Nusra, the ISIL and Al-Qaeda terrorists.
The UAE had previously sent mercenaries from Latin America, specially Colombia, to Yemen without prior coordination with Saudi Arabia.
The United Arab Emirates has quietly built an army of Latin American mercenaries to fight for Yemen’s deposed government in a proxy war.
In a program launched by Blackwater founder Erik Prince and now run by the Emirati military, the force of 450 Latin American troops – mostly made up of Colombian fighters, but also including Chileans, Panamanians and Salvadorans – adds a new and surprising element to the already chaotic mix of forces from foreign governments, armed tribes, terrorist networks and Yemeni militias that are currently embroiled in the Middle Eastern nation, Fox News reported.
It seems there are also going to be hundreds of other foreign mercenaries — Sudanese and Eritrean soldiers — brought into Yemen.
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