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80 Terrorists Die Following Saudi-Led Coalition Attacks In Yemen

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In the wake of the Abu Dhabi terror attacks, a Saudi-led coalition has led airstrikes on Houthi held locations in Yemen.

In 24 hours, the coalition has carried out 17 target operations, which destroyed 9 military vehicles and killed 80 terrorists.

Saudi Arabia has been unequivocal in its support to the UAE following rare attacks on civilian infrastructures that claimed 3 lives in Abu Dhabi this week. His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, received a phone call from His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence of Saudi Arabia who condemned the acts of terrorism.

The two leaders affirmed that such terrorist attacks that target the Kingdom of Saudi Araba and the UAE solidify the two nations’ determination to jointly stand up to these acts of aggression and added that these terrorist attacks affirm the need for the international community to stand up to these flagrant violations of international laws and norms and to condemn these terrorist crimes that threaten regional and international peace and security, according to Wam.ae.

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17 target operations were carried out in the Marib region of Yemen in 24 hours

The targeting destroyed 9 military vehicles, and 80 terrorists were killed

Nasraddin Amer, the deputy minister of information in Houthi-controlled Sanaa, said the Abu Dhabi attacks are in retaliation for the UAE’s “escalation” of the conflict in Yemen, according to The Washington Post

The UAE is calling on the UN for support and has submitted a letter to set a meeting

The letter condemns the Houthis’ targeting of civilians and civilian objects in flagrant violation of international law. It calls on the Council to unequivocally condemn the Houthi attacks with one voice.

It reads: “The United Arab Emirates strongly condemns the Houthis’ targeting of civilians and civilian objects in flagrant violation of international law,” said Lana Nusseibeh, Permanent Representative of the UAE to the UN. “The UAE expresses its condolences to the families of the deceased and wishes those injured a speedy recovery.

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