Four killed in Saudi Arabia in cross-border shelling from Yemen
The shell hit Samtah, in the southwestern Saudi border region of Jazan, a tweet by the Saudi civil defence said
Four people were killed and three wounded in Saudi Arabia when a shell fired from inside Yemen exploded in a town close to the border, Saudi civil defense said on Monday.
The shell hit Samtah, in the southwestern Saudi border region of Jazan, a tweet by the Saudi civil defence said.
Seven Saudi soldiers and dozens of Houthi militias were killed in heavy fighting on the border with Yemen on Sunday.
The cross-border incident comes after Saudi military spokesman Brigadier General Ahmed al-Asiri warned Iran-backed Houthis militias that the kingdom’s borders are a “red line” after the latter attempted to infiltrate Saudi territories