Riyadh has announced new casualties of its war on the
Houthi fighters of Yemen after the bodies of 20 Saudi soldiers were found along the border, Press TV reported.
Assistant Minister of Defense, Prince Khaled bin Sultan, said the bodies were found months after they disappeared during an attack on Shia fighters in northern Yemen, United Press International reported.
Prince Khaled said six other soldiers remain missing.
Saudi Arabia launched ground and aerial attacks against Houhti fighters after accusing them of killing a Saudi border guard and occupying two border villages on November 3.
Saudi jets began bombing Yemen's northern villages the following day and continue the raids on the region.
Over the months of attacks, Yemeni civilians have been the target of Saudi strikes, according to the fighters.
Houthis accuse Riyadh of using unconventional weapons against the civilian population of the region.