Another claim by Houthi rebels in Yemen surfaced on Monday that said its air defense unit has fired at a Saudi enemy warplane over the capital Sanaa, the Houthi-controlled Saba news agency reported.
The report said that Yemen air defense fired a ground-to-air missile at the Saudi Coalition’s F-15, read the statement without providing further details.
On Sunday, the rebels claimed that it shot down Saudi Air force’s warplane, although the Saudi-led coalition denied it in the statement saying the ‘Tornado GR4’ bomber crashed due to technical glitch.
In November last year, the Houthis targeted the Saudi capital, Riyadh, with a ballistic missile that was intercepted by Saudi air defenses. It was the deepest strike inside the kingdom since the war between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthis and their allies began in March 2015.
Yemen's Houthi forces have threatened to shoot down Saudi vessels found anywhere near Red Sea ports controlled by the Yemeni rebels with the newly launched 'underwater' torpedo missiles. The torpedo, nicknamed Al-Manbab, is reportedly capable of hitting enemy ships from far away, although the exact firing reach remains unknown, Almasdar News reports Tuesday
Houthi forces in Yemen have claimed to have shot down a US MQ-9 surveillance drone in the capital Sanaa. “A military source said (Houthi) air defense shot down a U
Saudi Arabia has intercepted ballistic missile, launched by Houthi militant group, that was likely to hit Mecca, a holy city of Muslims. The missile was launched from Saada province toward the Makkah area
The Iran-aligned Houthi rebels claimed to have fired a ballistic missile at Saudi Arabias biggest oil provider Aramco facility in Asir, Houthi-run media outlet Almasirah reported on Tuesday. The Saudi state television reported on Wednesday that the missile was successfully intercepted
The US State Department has approved sale of Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) system support services for an estimated cost of $500 million to Saudi Arabia. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today
The Iran-backed Houthi militants in Yemen said it fired on Thursday a ballistic missile toward a military airport in Saudi border province of Najran, Saba news agency reported. However, Saudi media reported that Saudi air defense intercepted the missile and destroyed it over Nijran
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