Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi ballistic missiles, drones targeting Khamis Mushait

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Saudi Arabia’s defense forces intercepted two ballistic missiles and two explosive-laden drones that were launched by the Iran-backed Houthi militia towards Khamis Mushait, the Arab Coalition said on Sunday.

The Houthis continue to deliberately target civilians and civilian objects, the coalition added.

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The coalition is taking the necessary measures to deal with the militia’s attacks on the Kingdom, according to a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

The Iran-backed group has launched ballistic missiles and explosive-laden drones towards Saudi Arabia multiple times in recent months, most of which have been thwarted, according to Saudi authorities.

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