Yemen's Houthi forces kill Saudi soldiers in combat

Houthi fighters in Yemen say they have launched a major attack across the border with Saudi Arabia reportedly killing Saudi soldiers.

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    Saudi state media say Yemen's Houthi rebels have killed at least nine Saudi soldiers in a renewed military offensive.

    The attacks happened in the southern Saudi provinces of Aseer, Jazan, and Najran.

    It is the worst spate of violence since a UN-brokered peace deal was signed in December.

    Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta reports.


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