The Yemeni Army, supported by allied fighters from Popular Committees, fired a short-range ballistic missile at a military base in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern border region of Najran, in retaliation for the Saudi regime’s military campaign against the war-torn country, the Yemeni media reported.
More than 32,000 people in Yemen have been forced to flee their homes in a time span of two months, the United Nations says, due to the continued campaign led by Saudi Arabia that has also claimed thousands of lives.
Yemeni army soldiers, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have shot dead three Saudi soldiers in the kingdom’s southwestern border region of Jizan, in retaliation for the Riyadh regime’s military campaign against the crisis-hit country.
Chairman of Iran's Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi met with the head of Arab-African Relations of Hezbollah political Council Sheikh Hassan Ezzedin and his delegation where he condemned the recent bombardment of parts of Syria by the Zionist Regime and added “The US, Zionist Regime and the Saudi Arabia lost hope in the power of ISIL in Syria and Iraq, so they launched several other projects such as Iraqi Kurdistan incidents, creating political crises and choosing al-Quds as the capital of the Zionist regime. They failed in all these projects, nevertheless.”
A high-ranking Qatari official has described the ongoing Saudi-led diplomatic and trade boycott against his energy-rich Persian Gulf country as “economic warfare,” stressing that Doha plans to seek compensation for those hit by the sanctions.
At least a dozen more civilians have lost their lives when Saudi fighter jets carried out an airstrike in an area of Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its conflict-plagued southern neighbor.
At least a dozen more civilians lost their lives when Saudi fighter jets carried out an airstrike in an area of Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz as Riyadh presses ahead with its devastating aerial bombardment campaign against its conflict-plagued southern neighbor.
People in war-torn Yemen are facing a situation that “looks like the apocalypse,” the UN’s humanitarian chief told Al Jazeera, warning that the country could become the worst humanitarian disaster in half a century.
The Yemeni Ministry of Health says the Saudi-led military coalition has either killed or wounded some 35,000 people of Yemen during the ongoing war Riyadh imposed on the impoverished nation almost three years ago.