Twenty-six people have been injured after Yemeni rebels attacked an airport in Saudi Arabia, prompting fresh tensions between Riyadh and its fierce regional rival Iran.
A missile fired by Houthi rebels hit the airport’s arrivals hall in the mountain resort city of Abha, according to Saudi officials, injuring passengers of different nationalities.
#SaudiArabia 🇸🇦: #Breaking 26 people were wounded by a Houthi projectile which hit the arrivals hall at #Abha Airport, near the Yemeni border.
– Houthi media claimed that the airport was targeted using a cruise missile. @IntellFusion pic.twitter.com/IMavE4rOEG
— Intelligence Fusion -Asia (@IF_Asia_) June 12, 2019
The Saudi-led coalition which is fighting the Houthis in Yemen immediately pointed the blame at Iran, saying Tehran had equipped the rebel group with ‘advanced weapons.’
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