About: Al-Wadiah War

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The al-Wadiah War was a military conflict which broke out on 27 November 1969 between Saudi Arabia and the People's Republic of South Yemen after PRSY forces seized the town of al-Wadiah on the PRSY-Saudi Arabian border. The conflict ended on 6 December when Saudi forces retook al-Wadiah.

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  • The al-Wadiah War was a military conflict which broke out on 27 November 1969 between Saudi Arabia and the People's Republic of South Yemen after PRSY forces seized the town of al-Wadiah on the PRSY-Saudi Arabian border. The conflict ended on 6 December when Saudi forces retook al-Wadiah. (en)
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  • 35 dead
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  • 1969-12-06 (xsd:date)
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  • Saudi victory
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  • Location of al-Wadiah on the South Yemeni-Saudi Arabian border (en)
  • South Yemen troops after capturing the town of al-Wadiah (en)
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  • Faisal of Saudi Arabia (en)
  • Sultan bin Abdulaziz (en)
  • Corporal Nayef Sandal Al-Harbi (en)
  • Muhammad Ali Haitham (en)
  • Salim Rubai Ali (en)
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  • al-Wadiah War (en)
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  • The al-Wadiah War was a military conflict which broke out on 27 November 1969 between Saudi Arabia and the People's Republic of South Yemen after PRSY forces seized the town of al-Wadiah on the PRSY-Saudi Arabian border. The conflict ended on 6 December when Saudi forces retook al-Wadiah. (en)
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