Saudi Arabia has launched air strikes targeting the city of Sanaa following a deadly attack against Abu Dhabi that killed three and was claimed by Houthi rebels
— Egutz (@Egutz_) January 18, 2022
The Saudi led-coalition fighting against Yemen, launched air strikes in the capital on Monday
The official Saudi Press Agency took to Twitter to announce the retaliation: “In response to the threat and (out of) military necessity, air strikes have begun in Sanaa.”
#Breaking 🇸🇦 | The Royal Saudi Air Force strike Houthi targets in Sanaa region right now, a few blasts were heard.
— WorldNews IL (@WorldNewsIL) January 17, 2022
The strikes destroyed nine military vehicle 80 terrorists were killed
— واس العام (@SPAregions) January 18, 2022
Global leaders have rallied around the UAE since the drone attack on ADNOC oil tanks, which killed three migrant workers and wounded six others.
The coalition had also intercepted eight drones launched toward Saudi Arabia on Monday, as reported by France 24
Saudi’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has also placed mobile medical clinics to provide treatment services to displaced civilians in Yemen’s Hajjah Governorate.