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Saudi Arabia shoots down Houthi rebels missile, 2 injured

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In June, Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen’s capital Sanaa handed down Taliban punishment to murderers of children. These rebels, who had captured the capital Sanaa, took the three accused to a crowded square and gunned them down.

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Saudi Arabia shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen’s Houthi rebels and its debris fell in an area near Damman, injuring at least two children. Saudi Arabia gave this information on Sunday. Images released by the state-run Saudi Press Agency showed debris falling in an area near the headquarters of oil giant Saudi Aramco. At least 14 houses have been damaged in the area.

Army spokesman Brigadier General Turki al-Malki said the Houthi fired three bomb-laden drones and three ballistic missiles in the attack. Yemen’s Houthi rebels have not yet claimed responsibility for the attack. The US consulate in nearby Dhahran has sent an alert to US citizens about the attack.

In Yemen, the forces of coalition countries led by Saudi Arabia are fighting a war with Houthi rebels. 130,000 people have died in Yemen during this war. Many international organizations allege that most of the dead include children and women. This war has given rise to the world’s worst humanitarian crisis in Yemen. These rebels continue to carry out drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabian oil depots and refineries from the Yemen border.

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In June, Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen’s capital Sanaa handed down Taliban punishment to murderers of children. These rebels, who had captured the capital Sanaa, took the three accused to a crowded square and gunned them down. After dying, the bodies of these people were wrapped in carpets and removed from there. During this the security guards posted were laughing at those accused.

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