Saudi-led coalition says Houthi missile falls in Yemen’s Sadah

Saudi-led coalition announced on Sunday that a Houthi-launched ballistic missile fell in Yemeni city Sadah, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The coalition spokesperson, Turki Al Maliki, accused the Houthi militia of violating the international humanitarian law by launching ballistic missiles that fall indiscriminately on civilians and residential areas.

He vowed to continue to take all deterrent measures to protect civilians in Yemen and safeguard regional and international security.

Besides Yemen, Houthis target Saudi Arabia, mainly its borders, with bomb-laden drones and missiles.

Most of those attacks were foiled by the coalition before reaching their targets.