The Yemeni national army downed on Monday a drone operated by the Iran-backed Houthi militias.
The drone was shot down over the Naaman district in the central al-Baydha province.
A field source told the September.net website that the aircraft was loaded with explosives.
After inspection, it was revealed to be made in Iran.
Elsewhere in Yemen, the army announced that its forces killed in recent days a number of Houthi leaders during clashes with the legitimate forces in the al-Durayhimi district in the Hodeidah province, said a statement from the Amaleqa Brigades.
Prominent Houthi leader Abdulwahhab al-Hussam and eleven of his aides were among the casualties, it added.Iranian Defense Minister: Netanyahu is causing tension in the region