The Qatari armed forces confirmed on Monday night that three of their soldiers were killed by Houthi fighters in Saudi Arabia’s Najran province. They did not specify the context of their deaths.

Earlier on Monday, Houthi fighters clashed with Saudi forces killing six of their soldiers.

PressTV reported that four snipers were gunned down in the Kingdom’s Najran province, and two others were killed in Yemeni army’s shelling of military positions in the kingdom’s province of Assir.

 

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Fadl Osman

Tony Ryno: The beeple of Qatar.

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@leithfadel Houthis, f**k yeah! Suck their khat, Qatar!

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Alhamdulillah!!