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Saudi Arabia’s Sia military base in al-Raboua’a region came under a barrage of Yemen’s artillery shells on Monday afternoon.
The Yemeni artillery attacks came in retaliation for Saudi Arabia’s repeated violations of the ceasefire.
The Saudi fighter jets pounded al-Talqa region in the town of Kataf in Sa’ada province several times on Monday.
In a relevant development earlier on Monday, senior battlefield commanders disclosed that heavy clashes broke out between Yemen’s popular forces and Saudi troops along the border as the Yemeni army fended off the pro-Saudi terrorists’ attacks in Ma’rib province.
“The terrorists were trying to advance in several regions of Hajjah province as the Saudi fighter jets were helping them to advance by pounding the Yemeni positions in the province,” Senior Ansarullah Commander Ali al-Houthi told FNA.
The warfronts in Alab, al-Rabou’a and al-Naqa’a regions in Sa’ada border province were scenes of the deadliest clashes between the two sides.
In a relevant development on Saturday, the Yemeni army pounded Saudi Arabia’s artillery unit and national guards’ headquarters in the kingdom’s Jizan province with two ballistic missiles.
Yemen’s Zalzal 3 missiles hit the Saudi artillery unit and national guards headquarters in Abu Maza region in Jizan province near the border with Yemen.
“The missiles hit the targets with high precision,” a Yemeni military official said.
The Yemeni missile attacks came in retaliation to Saudi Arabia’s continued airstrikes on Yemen’s residential areas.
Saudi Army’s Top Commander Killed in Yemeni Offensive in Najran Province
(FNA) ~ The Yemeni forces continued their attacks against the Saudi troops in the kingdom’s Southern parts, and killed several senior Saudi officers, including a top commander of the Saudi army’s 84th Division.
“The Yemeni army and popular forces fired missiles at Saudi tanks in Najran province, and killed the armored unit commander of the Saudi Army’s 84th Division who was also deputy commander of Rajla military base along with other senior Saudi forces,” the Arabic-language media outlets quoted an unnamed military source as saying on Monday.
Earlier on Monday, the Yemeni army, backed by popular forces, fired a ballistic missile at a Saudi military base in the kingdom’s Jizan province in retaliation for Riyadh’s relentless attacks on Yemen’s civilians.
The Yemeni Tochka missile precisely hit the Saudi military base in the kingdom’s Ahad al-Mosareheh region in Jizan province.
The Saudi forces sustained heavy losses and casualties in the Yemen missile strike.
In a relevant development on Saturday, the Yemeni army hit a Saudi military base in the kingdom’s Najran province.
The missile hit the Saudi airbase in Najran, killing and injuring scores of Saudi forces.
On July 20, Ansarullah forces also fired a ballistic missile at an army base held by troops loyal to the fugitive Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.
According to reports, around 180 troops, including foreign mercenaries, were killed in the attack in the Bab el-Mandeb region in the country’s southwestern province of Ta’iz.
Saudi Arabia’s military campaign against Yemen was launched on March 26, 2015 in a bid to reinstate Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh, and defeat the Ansarullah movement.
Meanwhile, Saudi warplanes on Saturday carried out fresh airstrikes in areas in Yemen’s Hajjah and Ta’iz provinces with no immediate reports of casualties or damage.
Nearly 10,000 people have been killed and at least 18,000 others sustained injuries since the onset of the Saudi aggression against its southern neighbor.
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