Yemeni forces kill and injure a number of Saudi soldiers in a retaliatory attack on the Radif base in the monarchy's southwestern Jizan region, Press TV reported.
Yemeni media outlets said Sunday that country's Ansarullah fighters and allied army units killed a number of Saudi soldiers and destroyed several vehicles after shelling the military base in retaliation for Riyadh's unabated aggression against its southern war-torn neighbor.
The Yemeni forces also took control of a military base in the border city of Dhahran al-Janub, located in southwestern Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni army backed by popular forces has mounted attacks against Saudi border positions in the past few weeks.
Meanwhile, Saudi warplanes killed at least one child and injured another minor following airstrikes on the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa'ada. The attacks followed air raids on the northwestern province of Hajjah and the northern province of Jawf.
Earlier, Saudi airstrikes pounded a school and a residential area in the districts of Qafr and Saddah in the southwestern Province of Ibb. The airstrikes in Ibb killed at least four civilians, three of whom were children.
Saudi Arabia launched its military aggression against Yemen on March 26 - without a UN mandate - in an effort to undermine Yemen's popular Houthi Ansarullah movement and also restore power to the country's fugitive former President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh.
Rupert Colville, the spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, stated on July 21 that at least 1,693 civilians had been killed and 3,829 others injured in the Arab world's poorest country since March 26. However, local sources put the death toll at much higher.