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Yemeni forces hit Saudi airports, airbase with drones in retaliation for continued aggression

Yemeni forces hit Saudi airports, airbase with drones in retaliation for continued aggression

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Yemeni forces carried out drone attacks on two airports and an airbase in Saudi Arabia in retaliation against the Kingdom’s deadly aggression on their impoverished country. The spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said in a statement on Monday that in the first drone attack, domestically-developed Qasef-2K (Striker-2K) targeted Najran Regional Airport in the Saudi southwest, Yemeni News reported. The air traffic came to a halt after the attack, he added. The second attack targeted military and strategic positions at King Khalid Air Base near the city of Khamis Mushait in the southwestern province of Asir, Saree stated. Also in Asir, the Yemeni drones attacked Abha International Airport on Monday, suspending flights. Saree also noted that the attacks were in response to the crimes committed by the Saudi-led coalition, referring to the 21 Saudi airstrikes that have hit Yemen over the past 48 hours. In mid-May, Yemeni soldiers, backed by allied fighters…
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