Yemenis attack Saudi airport and power station in retaliation

Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported the counterattacks on Monday. It specified the targets as the Abha airport in the Saudi region of Asir and the Tihama power plant, which is located eight kilometers (4 miles) northeast of Abha.

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Yemenis target Saudi airport, power station in retaliation

Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah popular defense movement says it has hit an airport and a power station, targeting southwestern Saudi Arabia in retaliation for an ongoing invasion of the impoverished nation by the kingdom and its allies.

Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported the counterattacks on Monday. It specified the targets as the Abha airport in the Saudi region of Asir and the Tihama power plant, which is located eight kilometers (4 miles) northeast of Abha.

The retaliation used unmanned aircraft, the network added.

A Saudi-led coalition has been attacking Yemen since March 2015. The invasion has unsuccessfully been seeking to restore power to Yemen’s former Riyadh-allied officials.

Tens of thousands have died and entire Yemen turned into the scene of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis over the course of the invasion.

Yemeni Air Force Targets Saudi Abha Airport and Tahama Power Plant

Air Forces of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees launched several offensives with Qasef 2K drones on Abha International Airport and Tahama power plant.

The spokesman of the Armed Forces stated that the drones accurately targeted Jet fighters hangers and important military sites, resulting in halting all air traffic.

It is worth mentioning that the Yemeni Air Force launched offensives on Saudi Jizan and Abha Airports with drones, Qasef-2K, accurately targeted Jet fighters on ground and important military sites, resulting in halting all air traffic in both airports.

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