Saudi Arabia intercepts Houthi missle over Riyadh

Meanwhile, a Houthi-linked TV channel said the missile was launched at the airport.

The explosion occurred at the airport of Riyadh.

"The rocket landed on the airport campus and did not cause any significant damage".

The explosion occurred in one of the terminals of the global airport king Khalid, 35 km from Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia has intercepted a ballistic missile fired from Yemen near the capital, Riyadh.

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MISSILES have been fired at a major Middle Eastern airport used by thousands of Brits every year, it has been reported. For the Houthi rebels to have fired a missile that far and that accurately, is a bit of a game changer.

Saudi Arabia's Civil Aviation Authority confirmed on Twitter that the missile had been brought down near the International King Khalid Airport in Riyadh.

Saudi Arabia's southern neighbour Yemen has been torn apart by a war between the Saudi-backed government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi and Houthi rebels.

The Houthi rebels have seized control of Yemen's capital Sanaa, which has forced the government into exile.

Earlier today a Saudi-led military coalition said on Saturday an air strike that hit a market in Yemen's northern Saadah province was a legitimate military target, the Saudi news agency reported.


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