Saudi-led coalition intercepted a Houthi explosives-laden drone -state TV

Reuters | Cairo | Updated: 23-04-2021 04:06 IST | Created: 23-04-2021 04:06 IST
Saudi-led coalition intercepted a Houthi explosives-laden drone -state TV

The Saudi-Led coalition intercepted a Houthi explosives-laden drone fired at the kingdom's southern region, state TV reported early on Friday.

A military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen against the Houthis in 2015. The movement has stepped up cross-border drone and missile attacks on Saudi cities.

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