A roadside IED planted by the Houthi fighters destroyed a pickup truck , killing 2 Saudi soldiers in the southwestern Saudi province of Jizan.

The anti-Saudi aggression group also destroyed two bulldozers in a nearby site amid total collapse of the Saudi forces.

Meanwhile, Human Rights Watch declared that the Saudi airstrikes against Yemenis amount to war crimes, calling on the United Nations to launch an investigation into the fatal strikes.

The Saudi aggression of Yemen has so far killed up to 12907 people including 2768 children and 1980 women, according to The Legal Center for Rights and Development.

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russia should strike a similar deal like the one in syria. give the houthi forces air cover in exchange for when the wars over they get a naval and airbase. would be in a great location for russia to have a base.

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There’s a problem: Houthis can’t really be considered legit representatives of Yemen like Assad’s govt in Syria. In theory, Yemen has a president (even if he’s a puppet and a foreign agent) So the situation is a little different. Also, that would affect their dealings in Syria, as Saudi Arabia could retaliate by increasing the support for all the moderate head-choppers and undermine the de-confliction zones.