Houthi missile hits village in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan, no injuries reported: SPA

Remnants of a Houthi missile pictured in an earlier incident. (File photo)

A projectile missile that belongs to the Iran-backed Houthi militia landed in a village in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan, the Saudi Press Agency reported citing the Jizan Civil Defense.

No injuries have been reported.

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The Houthis have in recent weeks increased aerial attacks towards civilian areas in the Kingdom, mainly through explosive-laden drones. The Arab Coalition has succeeded in intercepting and destroying most of them.

On September 26, the Arab Coalition said that it destroyed an air defense system that belonged to the Houthis in Yemen’s Sanaa.

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Last Update: Sunday, 04 October 2020 KSA 19:11 - GMT 16:11
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