Saudi-led coalition destroys 6 military targets in Yemen's Sanaa

Smoke billows following an air-strike by the Saudi-led coalition on an army arms depot now under Shiite Huthi rebel control

Smoke billows following an air-strike by the Saudi-led coalition on an army arms depot now under Shiite Huthi rebel control

Yemen's Houthi rebels on Saturday claimed to have carried out drone attacks on military targets in the King Khalid airbase in southwestern Saudi Arabia, Anadolu reports.

The Arab coalition has downed a Houthi drone heading toward a civilian area in the Saudi city of Abha on Saturday, 20 July, the coalition forces reported, as quoted by Al Arabiya TV.

The airstrikes came three days after Saudi Arabia's air defenses intercepted and destroyed bomb-laden drones launched by Houthi rebels toward Jizan airport in the southwest of the kingdom, according to Saudi state media.

According to the witnesses, they saw flames coming out from rebel military camps in several different regions of the city.

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There was no immediate word on casualties.

He added that out of the dedication of the coalition to prevent the militia and other terrorist groups from building military powers that could threaten the safety of civilians, the United Nations planned air navigation.

Yemen has been beset by violence and chaos since 2014, when the Iran-aligned Houthi rebels overran much of the country, including capital Sanaa. More than 22 million people in Yemen are desperate for humanitarian aid and protection.

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