Iran-Backed Houthis Launch New Attacks On Saudi Arabia’s Oil And Military Facilities

A photo distributed by the Houthi Military Media Unit shows the launch by Houthi forces of a ballistic missile aimed at Saudi Arabia on March 25, 2018 [Houthi Military Media Unit/Handout via Reuters]
CBS: Iran-backed Houthis launch new attacks on Saudi Arabia while "exchanging ideas" with U.S.
Saudi Arabia said on Friday that its air defense systems had intercepted a ballistic missile over the southern city of Najran.
It was the latest in a series of escalating attacks by Iranian-backed Houthi rebels, who have consistently targeted Saudi infrastructure in retaliation for the Saudi-led war against their insurgency in neighboring Yemen.
Another missile struck an Aramco petroleum distribution terminal in the city of Jizan overnight, leading to a fire at one of the terminal's tanks, the Saudi Energy Ministry said in a statement. The Houthis were quick to claim the attacks, along with attempted kamikazi drone strikes.
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WNU Editor: The war is intensifying in Yemen itself …. Battle for Marib: Last city in north Yemen under gov’t control (Al Jazeera)
More News On Iranian-Backed Houthis Launching New Attacks On Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia reports fire at Jizan oil terminal as Houthis escalate attacks — Middle East Eye
Yemen rebels hit, set ablaze fuel tank in south Saudi Arabia — AP
Houthis launch attacks on Saudi oil facilities, military sites — Al Jazeera
Houthi rebels launch attacks on Saudi oil facilities — DW
Houthi Rebels Launch Missile Attack On Saudi Oil Terminal — OilPrice.com
Attack on Saudi oil terminal leaves fuel tank on fire after wave of Houthi drones targets nearby cities — RTOriginal Article

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