Coalition forces shoot down Houthi’s missile ahead of Trump visit

Coalition forces shoot down Houthi’s missile ahead of Trump visit

RIYADH: Saudi-led coalition forces intercepted and shot down a missile fired from Yemen by Houthi rebels, hours before the United States President Donald Trump will arrive in Saudi Arabia on Friday night.

The coalition forces said in a statement that they intercepted and destroyed a projectile some 200 kilometers away in the west of Riyahd above an unpopulated area called Al-Rin.

According to the details Iran-backed Houthi rebels launched a Burkan-1 missile toward Saudi capital Rikyadh. Whereas Yemeni army said that the missile strike conveyed a clear message that they were ready to respond to any aggression.

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  1. Saba Shahid

    That is enough from Iran, I think Pakistan shuts end all relationships with iran. Iran is already on Indian side and last week its army general said that we would carry operations in Pakistan and they were also against us in different forums.

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