Arabian coalition announces ballistic missile launch by Yemeni rebels

Supporters of the Ansar Allah rebel movement in Yemen fired a ballistic missile on Saturday, which landed in Yemen. This was announced by the representative of the command of the Arabian coalition, Colonel Turki al-Maliki.


According to him, the missile was launched from the Amran province “using civilian objects”. A rocket exploded in the Saudi Arabian province of Al-Jawf in northwestern Yemen. Al-Maliki accused the rebels of “indiscriminate strikes against civilians and localities, which threaten the lives of hundreds of civilians”.

The representative of the coalition also promised that the member countries will take all measures “to contain and eliminate” the military potential of the Houthis in order to “protect the civilian population inside Yemen, regional and international security”. 

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