Two Yemenis Killed by Saudi Border Guard
Two Yemeni citizens martyred by Saudi border guards while clashes erupt between forces of the Sanaa government and forces of the Hadi government
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reports that two Yemeni citizens were slain today, Tuesday, by Saudi border guards in the Al-Raqq area of the Munabbih border district in Saada, North Yemen.
Saudi coalition airplanes carried out ten strikes on the Serwah area west of the Ma'rib governorate in northern Yemen.
They targeted Ragwan and Majzar with six raids and Jabal Murad district with two districts west and south of the governorate.
Meanwhile, severe confrontations have erupted between Sana'a government troops and President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi's forces, supported by Saudi coalition aircraft, on the northern Balkan, al-Kassara, and Al-Mushajah fronts in the Serwah area, west of Ma'rib Governorate.
Other confrontations are also taking place in the Lairef area and Wadi Al-Jafra, west of the Asdas area, the administrative center of Raghwan District, adjacent to Al-Jawf Governorate, north of Ma'rib Governorate.
A member of "Ansar Allah" political council, Muhammad al-Bakhiti, confirmed in an interview with Al-Mayadeen last Sunday that " the Yemeni army and the popular committees are taking one direction" and that the Yemeni forces are 16 km away from the center of Ma'rib city.
A Yemeni military source reported that the Saudi coalition troops committed 232 violations on Yemen's western coast in the recent 24 hours.
The coalition's reconnaissance planes launched four raids south of al- Hodeidah, on the Hays district.
In al-Hodeidah, the coalition's numerous troops bombed areas controlled by the Yemeni army and popular committees with 155 artillery shells, while 11 coalition surveillance planes flew overhead.
The attacks come in light of clashes between the forces of the Sana'a, Hadi forces, and the "Al Qaeda" organization, which proceed in the eastern outskirts of the Numan and Nata districts in Al- Bayda, central Yemen, next to the Shabwa governorate in southeast Yemen.
Ahmed Abu Hamra, a member of the Prisoners Committee in the Sana'a government, announced on Monday, through Al-Mayadeen, a successful exchange deal with al-Hadi forces, in which 37 prisoners and six bodies got released in Al-Bayda Governorate.
Abu Hamra stated, "19 detained Sana'a troops were released in return for 14 from the opposing side, in an exchange arrangement that took place on Saturday in the Al-Somaa region, east of Al-Bayda Governorate."