[11/فبراير/2019] PROIVNCES, Feb.11 (Saba) - The army, supported by popular forces, over last 24 hours, inflicted on the mercenaries of US-backed saudi-led aggression coalition heavy losses during several attack, said a military official told Saba.
The army attacked the sites of saudi-led mercenaries in Rashaha Gharbia, off Najran.
The artillery force shelled at their fortifications and sites in the area left huge casualties among them.
Two Zizal-1 missiles were fired by the army on gatherings of mercenaries off Sudis while an enemy military vehicle was destroyed in Ajasher desert which led to killing its crew's members.
In Raqabat Manara, the artillery force bombarded the saudi soldiers' gatherings and another gatherings of their mercenaries in Sawh area and Boka desert, off Najarn and Sudis, leaving heavy losses in their ranks.
In Jizan, the artillery force shelled gatherings of mercenaries off Qais mount and left heavy losses in their troops.
The artillery shelled other enemy's gatherings off Aleeb crossing, Asir.
The army foiled an infiltration of the mercenaries west Majza killing an wounding dozens of them.
Two other infiltration by the mercenaries were repelled in Astar area, Jawf in spite of air cover which continued to five hours.
Tens others killed during this failed infiltration when the army ambushed them.
In Salaba, Khab Wa Shaaf district, the army killed and injured dozens of the mercenaries in an ambush set up there.
In Taiz, the army attacked sites of mercenaries in Dhab front leaving huge losses in their ranks.
In Tabshaia front, the engineering units ambushed the mercenaries causing direct casualties in their forces.
In Dhalea, the army foiled an infiltration of the mercenaries in the outskirts of Damt killing and injuring dozens.
In Nehm, the army killed and injured scores of mercenaries during their failed attempt to infiltrate to the army sites Hareeb, Nehm district.
In Hajjah, The artillery shelled other gatherings of mercenaries east Nar mount, Haradh, causing heavy casualties in the enemy's ranks, said the official.