Saudi forces intercepted a total of 10 drones launched by the Houthis in 5 hours only, the Saudi military claimed on March 7.
Colonel Turki al-Maliki said that drone strikes were aimed at ‘civilian targets’ in Saudi Arabia.
“We take operational measures to protect civilians and civilian objects in accordance with international humanitarian law,” the military official said.
Over the past days, the Yemeni Houthis repeatedly launched drones and missiles at targets inside Saudi Arabia. The Houthis say that their strikes are aimed at military targets only.
Meanwhile, inside Yemen, Houthi forces continue ambushing and destroying units of Saudi-backed forces:
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