Saudi death toll from cross border Yemeni shelling reaches 90
RIYADH: Saudi Interior Ministry claimed that a soldier and a civilian have been killed in cross border shelling from rebel controlled northern Yemen.
A foreign resident was also killed in cross border shelling in southwestern city of Najran.
Saudi border cities have been targeted since Saudi Arabia started airstrikes against Shia Houthi militia in March 2014.
90 soldiers and civilians have died by cross border shelling from Yemen since March last year.
UN claimed that more than 6,000 people have been killed and 30,000 have been wounded in the conflict since March.