Offbeat a houthi drone intercepted in southwestern Saudi Arabia

15:20  15 september  2021
15:20  15 september  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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UN DRONE HOUTHI INTERCEPTÉ DANS LE SUD-OUEST DE L'ARABIE SAOUDITE © Reuters / Mohammed Benmansour a drone Houthi intercepted in southwestern Saudi Arabia

Dubai (Reuters) - Saudi air defense forces have destroyed Wednesday a drone responsible for explosives launched by the Houthis Insurgents of Yemen against Abha airport, in the airport Southwestern Saudi Arabia, reported the Saudi channel Al Hadath, based in Dubai.

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(report by Raya Jalabi and Shakeel Ahmad, written by Maher Chmaytelli; Blandine Hénault for the French version, edited by Bertrand Boucey)

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