Yemen: more than 40 Saudi coalition mercenaries killed near Najran

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UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Yemeni armed forces have reported the death of more than 40 mercenaries in the Saudi Arabian coalition by firing a Badr P-1 missile, Yemeni TV channel Al-Masirah reported.

Yahya al-Saree, a spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces, told a press conference in Sana’a on Sunday that the Ansarullah and Army’s ballistic units fired a Badr P-1 missile on Sunday, the positions of the Saudi coalition mercenaries in the border area of ​​al-Boqe’e (northwest) near the Saudi province of Najran.

He added that at least 40 mercenaries were killed and dozens more wounded during this ballistic attack.

The nationally manufactured Bard P-1 missile, which was unveiled in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, on October 27, 2018, is known for its precision, with a margin of error of only three meters.

In addition, Saudi planes launched a series of air strikes against a civilian area in Nehm district, Sana’a province, killing three people, including an elderly man. One person was also injured.

Saudi Arabia and its allies launched a devastating war against Yemen in March 2015 with the aim of bringing back resigned President Mansour Hadi to power.

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