SANA’A, YEMEN (1:15 P.M.) – Yemen’s Houthi forces have reportedly fired a surface-to-surface missile that hit a gathering of soldiers at the Saudi border-crossing in Najran on Saturday.

The Houthi missile force fire a mid-range ballistic missile, Qaher M2, at the Saudi Army gathering and its mercenaries at the Al Khazra’a crossing border in Najran, Arabic – language Al Masirah TV reported on its Facebook page.

Al Masirah also reported that they fired two Uragan missiles along with a barrage of Katyusha rockets and artillery shells at the concentration of Saudi soldiers and its mercenaries in the same crossing point of Al Khazra’a.

Yemeni army source has confirmed via Yemen state news agency (Saba) that the strikes have caused significant damage but without specifying whether it was material or human losses.

The Saudi Ministry of Defence has not commented on the incident.

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