Earlier this week, Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed an attack on the region of Najran, an area in southern Saudi Arabia.
Reuters reports that a spokesman from Houthi stated that three "enemy military brigades had fallen" thanks to drones and their missile and air defense units.
The spokesman also stated that the Houthis had captured "thousands" of enemy troops.
Saudi Arabian officials have not confirmed whether or not these claims are true.
So should we believe the Houthi claims? And what does this mean for the region? Listen to Bryan Suits talk about it below to find out!