Arab Coalition says two Houthi ballistic missiles fell in Yemen’s Saada

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The Arab Coalition said on Friday that two missiles fired from Sanaa by the Iran-backed Houthi militia fell in Saada, the Houthi stronghold near the Saudi-Yemeni border.

The coalition’s spokesperson Col. Turki al-Maliki said the two missiles were fired on Friday morning, adding that the Houthi militia continues to violate international humanitarian law by sporadically firing missiles which fall on civilians and threaten lives.

Al-Maliki also said that the Arab Coalition continues to take strict and deterrent action to neutralize and destroy the Houthi ballistic capabilities and protect civilians in Yemen and protect regional and international security.

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