DAMASCUS, SYRIA (1:25 A.M.) – On Wednesday, the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees announced they had taken control of a Saudi military outpost in Asir province.

After the Missile Forces unleashed their usual cross-border bombardment on the facility, specialized army units conducted an operation that saw Houthi troops storm through the so-called ‘Nismah’ base at Al-Rabuah city.

Without giving a specific number, Al-Masdar News field correspondent Naseh Shaker confirmed several members of the Saudi Arabian Army (KSA) were killed and wounded.

Subsequently, Saudi warplanes launched numerous airstrikes on the newly capturedoutpost while Houthi soldiers also spotted reconnaissance aircraft monitoring their positions.

Riyadh has not yet addressed the incident in public nor have member states of the Saudi-led coalition that ultimately hope to crush the ongoing Houthi-led rebellion.

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