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Arab coalition destroys a Houthi bombed plane launched towards KSA

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced on Sunday the interception and destruction of an explosive UAV that Houthi militia launched towards Saudi Arabia.

According to the Saudi News Agency, “SPA”, the coalition spokesman , Colonel Turki Al-Maliki, said that coalition forces , Sunday , intercepted and destroied an explosive drone launched by the terrorist Houthi militia that targeted civilian.

For its part, the Civil Defense in Asir announced that shrapnel fell on civilians and  objects in Sarat Abidah due to the interception of a drone launched by the terrorist Houthi militia and wounding a civilian.

The media spokesman for the Civil Defense Directorate in the Asir region, Captain Muhammad bin Abdo Al-Sayed, stated, “The directorate received a report of shrapnel falling in one of the Sarat Abidah governorate centers as a result of the interception of a drone launched by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia towards the Kingdom”.

This resulted in the injury of a civilian from Citizens were slightly injured, 5 homes and 3 civilian vehicles were damaged, and the procedures adopted in such cases were directly implemented.

On Saturday, the Coalition announced the interception and destruction of a booby-trapped plane launched by the Houthi militia towards Saudi Arabia.

The spokesman for the coalition forces, Colonel Turki Al-Maliki, stated that “the joint coalition forces managed, on Saturday evening, to intercept and destroy an unmanned explosive aircraft launched by the terrorist Houthi militia in a systematic and deliberate manner to target civilian objects and civilians in the southern region.”

On Friday, the coalition forces confirmed, in two separate statements, the destruction of two Houthi explosive aircraft that were directed towards Saudi Arabia.

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