BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) – Dozens of Saudi and Sudanese soldiers were allegedly killed by Houthi forces, yesterday, after the latter carried out a powerful attack along the Yemeni border.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their fighters reportedly attacked the Saudi and Sudanese troops near the Tiwal Crossing in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan region.

As a result of the attack, two military vehicles filled with Sudanese and Saudi soldiers were destroyed.

The Houthi forces claimed that at least one Saudi Army captain was among the dead at the Tiwal Crossing.

Another Houthi attack was carried out at the Al-Nar Mountain in the Jizan region on Sunday, the Yemeni group claimed via their official media wing.

 

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