Local Yemeni media reported that more than ten Saudi troops were killed in the latest attacks by the Yemeni army and popular forces in the southern part of Saudi Arabia.

A Yemeni sniper gunned down a Saudi soldier in the Southwestern province of Jizan in Saudi Arabia, at the Faridah military base, al-Masirah tv reported.

The incident was followed by an attack in the al-Raboah region of Saudi Arabia's Assir province that claimed the lives of nine Saudi soldiers.

Yemeni soldiers also targeted the Saudi military bases of Faridah, Hamraa and al-Ghawya located in the same province.

Earlier this week, the Yemeni army, backed by popular forces, continued their advances inside Saudi Arabia in its southern regions. They inflicted losses on the equipment of the kingdom’s military forces.

"The Yemeni army destroyed an armored vehicle of the Saudi army in Sahveh military base in Assir province," the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen satellite TV quoted an unnamed military source as saying on Monday.

Saudi Arabia has carried out airstrikes as well as ground advances inside Yemen. Since March 2015, Yemeni people have gone through a devastating humanitarian crisis as a result of Saudi raids.

Thousands of civilians have lost their lives in the attacks and at the moment, Yemeni people are in dire need of safe water to drink, healthcare, food, etc.

The Houthi forces took control of Yemen affairs in 2014, following Hadi’s resignation.