Sa'ada (Debriefer) - One civilian was killed and three others, including an African migrant, were wounded on Tuesday when Saudi troops opened fire at the Yemeni northern governorate of Sa'ada, Houthi media said late on Tuesday.
Saudi border guard shooting killed one Yemeni and injured one African migrant in Raqu, a village in Munabih district at Yemeni-Saudi borders, northwest Sa'ada, al-Masyra said.
Two other Yemenis were wounded by Saudi artillery shells aimed at Al al-Sheikh village in the same district, the Houthi-run TV added.
Saudi troops "target bordering villages with missile and mortar shells and machinegun fire on daily basis," it claimed, "amid international and UN silence."
No immediate comment has been released by Saudi troops on the Houthi claims.
Saudi Arabia has been leading a military coalition in Yemen since 26 March 2015, in support of forces loyal to President Hadi to retake areas controlled by the Iranian-backed Houthi group.