Saturday, May 20, 2017

Did Yemen's Houthi Rebels Send A Message To President Trump By Firing A Missile At The Saudi Capital Of Riyadh Hours Before He Was To Arrive?


DW: Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi rebel missile fired towards Riyadh

Saudi officials have said they shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen's rebel Houthi movement towards Riyadh. The missile launch came just a day ahead of US President Donald Trump's arrival in the Saudi capital.

Saudi Arabia's air defense unit said on Friday that it had shot down a Houthi ballistic missile around 200km (120 miles) southwest of the capital, Riyadh.

The Saudi-led coalition said in a statement that it had "intercepted a ballistic missile that was launched by Houthi militias over an unpopulated area."

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The Houthi movement reported through its official news agency that the Burkan-1 missile had been fired at Riyadh.

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WNU Editor: They are sending a message to President Trump.

More News On Yemen's Houthi Rebels Firing A Missile At The Saudi Capital Of Riyadh Hours Before President Trump Was To Arrive

Yemen's Houthis say fire ballistic missile toward Saudi capital -- Reuters
Yemen rebel missile shot down near Saudi capital -- AFP
Yemen rebel missile shot down 200km from Saudi capital -- Al Jazeera
Yemen's Houthis fire missile at Saudi capital ahead of Trump visit -- Middle East Eye
Iran-backed Houthis launch missile attack on Saudi capital Riyadh day before Trump visit -- International Business Times
Saudi air defense intercepts ballistic missile near Al-Kharj -- Al Arabiya
Saudi Forces Shoot Down Ballistic Missile Fired by Yemeni Opposition -- Sputnik

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