MAJOR: 50+ Saudi-backed mercenaries eliminated by Yemeni forces

More than 50 mercenaries were killed and others were injured in offensive operations in the past 24 hours.

A military source revealed that 45 mercenaries were killed and dozens injured by targeting their gatherings in Najran with a Badr F ballistic missile. 

The source pointed out that the targeting came at a time when the forces of aggression were preparing for a major escalation towards the border areas, noting that the bombardment of missiles and artillery targeted other concentrations of mercenaries in the spots, resulting in many deaths and injuries in their ranks. 

The army and the Popular Committees carried out an incursion into a site of the mercenaries in Chejj Najjar, killing and injuring a number of them, including the commander of the site. The operation was preceded by the targeting of a gun and intensive combing of various caliber bullets. 

The source pointed to the death and wounding of a number of mercenaries of the Saudi army after the destruction of their vehicle off Jabal Qais in Najran.

According to the source, a large march of mercenaries of aggression has been broken from four tracks on the positions of the army and the popular committees in the front of Qtaiba in the province of Dali, killing and injuring a large number of mercenaries, fleeing others and destroying a mechanism. 

The source said that the artillery of the army and the Popular Committees, the group of mercenaries in Qtaoba, and the deaths and injuries in their ranks and the escape of the remaining. 

The source added that a military bulldozer was burned in the front of Qaniya in the province of Al-Bayda, destroying two vehicles south-west of Hiran in the province of Hajja.

The source pointed to the death and injury of a number of mercenaries in artillery shelling that targeted their gatherings in the front of Karash in the province of Lahj, and killed mercenaries in Taiz, after an attack targeted their positions at the intersection of Al-Wazea’a.


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