DUBAI (Reuters) - Yemeni rebels said on Tuesday the last two missing Saudi soldiers they were believed to be holding captive were dead, Al-Jazeera television reported. A rebel spokesman told the television the insurgents had informed a ceasefire committee about the death of the two soldiers, the last of five held by the insurgents who had released three others, Al-Jazeera said. Saudi Arabia, the worlds top oil exporter, was drawn into a long-running conflict between the rebels and the Yemeni government in November, after the insurgents seized Saudi territory bordering north Yemen. The incursion, by rebels accusing Riyadh of letting Yemeni troops use Saudi territory to attack them, provoked Saudi counter-attacks in which at least 113 Saudi soldiers were killed.