Saudi Arabia to intercept ballistic missile and injure seven civilians, including residents

Saudi Arabia to intercept ballistic missile and injure seven civilians, including residents

The Saudi air Defense forces intercepted a ballistic missile fired by the Houthi militia from Sa'dah City, in the direction of Najran, on Thursday evening.

Col. Turki al-Maliki, a spokesman for the coalition forces in Yemen, was quoted by the Saudi Arabian News Agency as saying that the Saudi Royal Air Defense Forces had been able to intercept and destroy the missile, resulting in the dispersal of the rocket fragments into residential neighborhoods.

He noted that seven persons, four of whom were citizens, including two women, residents of Bengali nationality and a resident of Indian nationality, were slightly injured.

The ballistic missiles launched by the Houthi militia into Saudi Arabia to date amounted to 184 rockets.


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