Six Saudi soldiers were killed in clashes with the Houthis in the southern border of the kingdom, while five civilians were killed in an air strike by the Saudi-Emirati coalition in the northern province of Saada.
Yemeni army brigade Abdul Karim al-Sudai said government forces thwarted an air and artillery cover from the Saudi-UAE alliance to infiltrate the Houthis in al-Malahez in Saada province in northern Yemen.
Al-Sudai also pointed out that the national army regained control of the Houthis on the outskirts of the center of the Directorate of Al-Zaher in Saada province.
On the other hand, Yemeni medical sources said that five civilians were killed in an air strike by the Saudi-UAE coalition on Saada province.
The same sources said that five people - including two children and two women - were killed in coalition aircraft bombed a civilian car carrying a family in the Directorate of Ktaf, which led to charred.
In the southern Yemeni province of Aden, two members of the UAE-backed security belt were wounded. Local sources reported that an explosive device was planted in the main line in Abdul Qawi neighborhood of Sheikh Othman district, targeting a patrol.
The city of Aden has been witnessing significant insecurity in recent months since the takeover of the city by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council in August.
Yemen has been fighting for four years between government forces backed by the Saudi-Emirati coalition and the Houthis, who control several provinces, including Sanaa.
The fighting has killed more than 70,000 people, according to UN estimates in mid-June.
In addition to the fighting fronts in Yemen, the Houthis launch attacks across the Saudi-Yemeni border targeting Saudi forces and a number of Saudi installations with rockets and missiles.