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From: Ambassador Corbo

Yemeni Army Continues Ballistic Missile Attacks on Saudi Military Bases in Asir province

Abstract: Yemeni rebels are continuing to attack Saudi military bases and offenses through the use of ballistic missiles. Although these are domestically made short-range missiles they have been shooting with great precision and bringing more and more damage to the Saudi base.

Tue Apr 03, 2018 1:12

Yemeni Army Continues Ballistic Missile Attacks on Saudi Military Bases in Asir Province
Yemeni Army Continues Ballistic Missile Attacks on Saudi Military Bases in Asir Province

TEHRAN (FNA)- Yemeni army and popular forces fired a domestically-manufactured ballistic missile at a military base in Saudi Arabia’s Southwestern border region of Asir in retaliation for the Saudi regime’s military campaign against the crisis-hit country, Yemeni media reported.

Al-Jarbah Base in Dhahran district was targeted with a short-range Badr-1 missile, the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported.

It noted that the projectile had hit the designated target with great precision.

The development came a day after Yemeni forces fired a ballistic missile at another military base in the kingdom’s Southwestern border region of Jizan.

Meanwhile, the Yemeni army targeted Talah military base in Saudi Southern region of Najran with multiple rockets and mortar shells, inflicting damage to the base.

Furthermore, a number of Saudi mercenary forces were killed in Kersh district of Yemen’s southwestern province of Lahij after Yemeni troops launched an attack against their positions. Separately, scores of Saudi-sponsored militiamen loyal to Yemen’s former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi were killed or wounded when Yemeni troops and their allies attacked their position in the Hamir area of Wazi’iyah district in the southwestern Yemeni province of Ta’iz.

The Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights announced in a statement on March 25 that the Saudi-led war had left 600,000 civilians dead and injured during the past three years.

The United Nations says a record 22.2 million Yemenis are in need of food aid, including 8.4 million threatened by severe hunger.

The Saudi aggression was launched in March 2015 in support of Yemen’s former Riyadh-friendly government and against the country’s Ansarullah movement, which has been running state affairs in the absence of an effective administration.

The offensive has, however, achieved neither of its goals despite the spending of billions of petrodollars and the enlisting of Saudi Arabia’s regional and Western allies.

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