BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 P.M.) – The Houthi forces, alongside the Yemeni Republican Guard, killed several Saudi-backed fighters in the Lahj Governorate of southern Yemen, the Saba News Agency reported on Tuesday.

Scores of Hadi loyalists and Saudi-paid mercenaries were killed in the Kawhoub area of the Lahj Governorate after launching a surprise attack today.

In addition to their losses in Lahj, the Saudi-backed forces also lost another 8 fighters while launching an attack on the Sirwah District of the Mar’ib Governorate.

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Wish the SAA could have such success against the rebels in Syria.