Saudi Warplanes Target Yemen’s Sa’ada for Nine Times
TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Saudi regime’s warplanes bombed Yemen’s northern province of Sa’ada for nine times, Yemeni media reported.
The Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched overnight nine strikes on Sa’ada province, a military official told Yemen’s Saba News Agency on Tuesday.
Four airstrikes hit Mahadha area near Sa’ada city, and five on Shada border district, the official added.
In the meantime, the artillery force of the Yemen army and Popular Committees shelled overnight Saudi-paid mercenaries’ gatherings and gun store west of Marib province, a military official told Saba on Tuesday.
The artillery force of the Yemen army and Popular Committees shelled also the Saudi merceneries’ gathering sites overnight in border provinces of Jizan, Najran and Asir.
The Yemeni troops shelled Saudi soldiers in Mahulah in Qais Mountain and Malhma in Jizan province as well as Alib Mountain, Sudais, Shurfah and Nahuqa in Najran province.
In another development, Yemeni forces fired Qaher-M2 ballistic missile on Khiami Saudi camp in Ta'iz on Monday.
According to the Yemen’s Defense Ministry statement, 42 fugitive former president Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi mercenaries were killed and 50 others have been injured.