Sa'ada (Debriefer) - Two civilians have been killed in the Yemeni northern governorate of Sa'ada, Houthi media said Monday, after Saudi border guards fired machine guns at Raqu village in Munabih district bordering the Kingdom.
Saudi border guards opened fire at civilians in Raqu, al-Masyra TV quoted security source as saying.
The shelling left two civilians killed, the source added without further details.
No immediate comments have been released by Arab coalition command or Saudi army on the Houthi claims.
The Houthi stronghold, Sa'ada sees sporadic fighting between the Yemeni coalition-backed army and Houthi fighters.
Some of Sa'ada villages bordering Saudi Arabia are shelled from time to time by Saudi artillery troops.