Saudi-led strike 'kills dozens' of Yemen rebels

Posted April 28, 2018

The Yemenis gathered, mid sadness, in Al Sabain district to pray tribute to Saleh al-Samad and the funeral was headed the president Madi Al-Mashat, ministers, military commanders of the state and many other important social figures. He was also number two on the Saudi-led coalition's most wanted list.

Saleh Nasser Fazl Al-Bakhshi, self-proclaimed "emir" of the terrorist group's branch in the Aden and Abyan regions, was killed during a successful raid carried out by the units of counter-terrorism, emergency forces and security support of the Department of Security of Aden.

A Saudi-led military coalition is trying to restore Yemen's internationally recognised government that was forced into exile after the Houthis took over large parts of the country in 2014 and seized the capital Sanaa.

Shortly after Sammad's funeral began, the Huthis said they had launched eight ballistic missiles into the Sunni kingdom.

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The Huthis control Yemen's capital, Sanaa, as well as much of the country's north - which borders Saudi Arabia - and the key Hodeida port on Yemen's Red Sea coast. Saudi Arabia claimed that it had foiled that attack, which targeted the Riyadh airport.

The Saudi state-run information company SPA says its air protection forces intercepted 4 of the missiles and no casualties or damages have occurred.

Meanwhile, the rebel-run Al-Masirah TV says Saturday's missiles hit their targets with "high accuracy".

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The rebels, generally known as Houthis, have beforehand fired missiles focusing on the Saudi mainland, together with the capital, Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia's official Al-Ekhbariya television said two high-ranking insurgents were among more than 50 Huthi militiamen killed in Sanaa on Friday evening, without giving further details. The Shiite rebels generally known as Houthis didn't instantly acknowledge the strike.

Al-Arabiya, a Dubai-based satellite news network now believed to be majority-owned by Saudi Arabia, reported the strike Friday hit a high-level meeting of the Houthis.

According to the TV channels "Ahmaria" and "al-Arabiya" and the Reuters, in the night of Saturday, the air force Saudi coalition attacked the complex of buildings of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Yemen in Sana'a.

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