Yemeni forces missile hits Saudi capital
Yemen's Ansarullah movement has launched on Tuesday a ballistic missile towards Saudi Arabia's capital.

Ansarullah’s long-range ballistic missile Burkan H-2 targeted the King Khaled International Airport north Riyadh, Yemen’s Saba news agency reported.

The missile has reportedly reached its target. Saudi Arabian officials have yet to comment on the information.

It’s the second ballistic missile attack claimed by Houthi rebels on the Saudi airport in less than three months.

Yemeni forces from time to time launch retaliatory attacks against Saudi Arabia that is leading a brutal aggression on Yemen.

More than 14,000 Yemeni people have been killed since Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies invaded the country in August 2015 to oust the popular Ansarullah movement and restore fugitive president Abed Rabuh Mansour Hadi.

The illegal aggression, backed by the United States, has triggered what the UN has called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

HT IUVMPRESS

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