Saudi man killed in missile salvo from Yemen

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Saudi Arabia on Saturday intercepted four ballistic missiles fired by Yemen's Houthi militias, the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen said.

As a result of air strikes killed two leaders of the Houthi rebels continued.

Houthi leader Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi held the USA and Saudi Arabia responsible for Samad's killing, saying, "This crime won't go unanswered".

The missiles were headed towards the city of Jazan in southern Saudi Arabia, according to the Arab Coalition statement, which was carried by the state-run Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

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Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya television said the strike had targeted the interior ministry in Sanaa, which is controlled by the militia.

The Huthis, backed by Saudi Arabia's regional arch-rival Iran, confirmed the air strike on Sanaa but gave no details.

Al-Masirah, a Houthi-run satellite tv for pc information channel, acknowledged Houthi leaders met Friday to debate Saturday's funeral of Saleh al-Sammad, a Houthi political chief earlier killed in a Saudi airstrike.

Saturday's attacks came as newly appointed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was scheduled to land in Riyadh for meetings including talks on the Yemen conflict. Saudi Arabia is leading a coalition in support of the exiled Yemeni government against Iranian backed militias.

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Iran's main objective is to destabilize the Saudi Arabian, regional and global security, Col. Malki said, adding, "Launching ballistic missiles at densely populated civilian areas is a direct breach of the principles of worldwide humanitarian laws".

Activists reported last December that Houthi rebels had gained control of the majority of Yemen's capital after battling forces loyal to President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who was killed by Houthi fighters as he fled Sanaa.

Almost 10,000 people have been killed since the Saudi-led alliance joined the Yemen conflict, triggering what the United Nations has called the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Saudi Arabia's civil defense directorate says one person has been killed by "shrapnel" from a ballistic missile attack by Yemen's Shiite rebels known as Houthis.

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The Saudi-led countries engaged in the war on Yemen have also blockaded the already-impoverished country.

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