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Saudi-led coalition announces falling of Houthi missile in Yemen

Dec 27, 2020

Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), December 27: Saudi-led coalition announced on Saturday that a Houthi missile fell in Yemen, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The coalition spokesperson Brigadier-General Turki Al Maliki said that the missile was launched on Saturday morning in Amran governorate and fell in Yemeni city Yatmah.
He accused "Houthis of using civilian sites as missile launching areas in a violation of international humanitarian law."
Houthi militia has been targeting Saudi Arabia, mainly border cities, with missiles and bomb-laden drones since the beginning of war in Yemen in 2015. Most of the attacks were foiled by the coalition before reaching their targets.
The coalition will complete its sixth year of war in Yemen against Houthis in March 2021 to support Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
Source: Xinhua