Saudi Arabia has put up contact numbers to report on the list of 40 names of leaders and elements responsible for supporting terrorist activities in the Houthi group.
Saudi Arabia considers these people as primarily responsible for planning, implementing and supporting various terrorist activities in the Houthi group and requests information from inside and outside Yemen, Saudi Arabia press reported Tuesday.
It is noteworthy that financial rewards (indicated in front of each of these wanted names) are to be given to anyone who provide concerned authorities with any helpful information, may lead to arresting or locating these wanted names, the report stated.
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
Houthis rebels from war-torn Yemen launched a failed missile attack against a US Navy destroyer on Sunday, a US military spokesman said. Two missiles failed to hit the US Navy ship after being launched, Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told Reuters news agency
Saudi Arabia, UAE have landed two armored brigades and several commando battalions consisting of tanks, armored vehicles fitted with missiles via sea and land at the recently acquired Yemeni port of Aden to fight Houthi insurgents. Saudi, UAE armored brigades consisting of armored personnel carriers Abram M1 tanks and Leclerc tanks, BMD3s, Humvees and mine-resistant, ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles all fitted with short-range ground-to-ground missiles landed at Aden Tuesday
US-made bombs were reportedly been used by the Saudi-led coalition in carrying out a deadly airstrike last week targeting Yemeni school bus in Saada Province, killing at least 51 civilians, mostly children, a local journalist reports. According to a report by RT, journalist Nasser Arrabyee tweeted photos on Saturday showing pieces of a Raytheon Mark 82 general-purpose free-fall bomb apparently recovered from the scene
Yemeni forces on Sunday fired seven ballistic missiles, including the newly launched short-range ballistic missile ‘Badr, at the Saudi-led coalition, the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported. The missile unit of the Yemeni army also fired two other homegrown missiles ‘Borkan H2 and ‘Qaher M2 on Sunday night at the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Abha International Airport in Asir, and a local airport in Jizan region as well as some other areas in southern Saudi Arabia, it said
Norway will suspend all valid licenses for exports of weapons and ammunition to UAE due to its armed conflict in Yemen. Based on the assessment of the situation in Yemen and increasing risk associated with the UAEs military involvement in Yemen, the ministry of foreign affairs (of Norway) has decided on 19 December 2017 to suspend all valid licenses for A-materials (weapons and ammunition) to UAE,
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