Yemeni army launches fresh retaliatory attacks on Saudi Arabia | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Yemeni army launches fresh retaliatory attacks on Saudi Arabia

Oil company Saudi Aramco operates a 400,000 barrel-a-day refinery in the Red Sea city of Jizan, which lies around 60 km (40 miles) from the Yemen border.

Yemen's army backed by Ansarullah fighters launched a number of retaliatory operations deep inside Saudi territories in response to Saudi spike of airstrikes. The army spokesperson Yahia Sareah said that the recent operations have hit their targets in airports of Jizan, Asir and Khamis Mushait, including a gathering of senior military officers, among them Saudi military officials in Altadween military camp in Ma?rib.

These operations, the army spokesperson says, have been carried out in retaliation to the spike of Saudi airstrikes, including Sunday's Saudi airstrike on a house in Washeha area of Hajjah province that resulted in the killing of 10 members from one family, among them the mother and two of her infants.

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