Yemeni army forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have killed 24 Saudi soldiers in two separate attacks in retaliation to the relentless Saudi bombardment of the impoverished nation.
According to the Awqaf and Guidance Department of Yemen’s Sana’a province, 136 mosques have been partially or completely destroyed in the coalition’s aggressions.
Tens of Mosques Destroyed in Yemeni Capital by Saudi Arabia
The United Nations says it is planning to open peace talks on Yemen in mid-December, by which time the warring sides are expected to implement a humanitarian truce to ease the hostilities in the war-torn country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif authoritatively took on Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister during recent negotiations on the Syrian crisis in the Austrian capital of Vienna, says a senior Iranian official.