Yemeni army forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have killed six Saudi soldiers in retaliation for the Arab kingdom ' s deadly aggression against their country. Yemen's Arabic-language al-Masirah news website reported that Yemeni snipers on Sunday slew five Saudi soldiers in Yemen’s Midi region, located in the northwestern province of Hajjah, near the border with the kingdom’s southwestern Jizan province. Earlier in the day, another Saudi soldier was killed in monarchy’s southern province of Najran, where Yemeni forces launched a missile attack on a military base and destroyed a Saudi armored vehicle. Saudi warplanes on Sunday ceaselessly pounded different parts of the war-ravaged country in the Arabian Peninsula. They bombarded a school in the Ba'adan district in the western province of Ibb and inflicted heavy damage to its structure. They also conducted airstrikes on the Jind district of the southwestern Ta’izz province, where a civilian died and another one was wounded. Aerial aggression also claimed the life of a civilian and injured another one in the Hidan district of the northern Sa'ada province. Saudi fighter jets also carried out at least 10 airstrikes on al-Taheel area in the Sirwah district of the central province of Ma’rib and demolished at least eight houses. They also destroyed al-Taheel mosque, a water project and a farm.