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Saudi Arabia’s leading multinational coalition shot down two drones carrying explosives

Saudi Arabia's leading multinational coalition shot down two drones carrying explosives

△ Turki Maliki (picture from the Internet)

The multinational Allied Command, led by Saudi Arabia, issued a notice on the afternoon of February 26 local time that the Allied forces shot down two drones carrying explosives in a row earlier in the day.

Multinational Coalition Command spokesman Turki Maliki revealed in the notice that the drone was shot down on the way from Yemen to southern Saudi Arabia, but he did not indicate whether the incident caused casualties and other losses or the specific location where the drone was shot down.

Maliki accused the Houthi armed forces in Yemen of attempting to use drones to attack civilian targets in Saudi Arabia, saying that he would take all necessary countermeasures.

Yemeni Houthis have repeatedly tried to launch attacks on targets in Saudi Arabia in the past month, and Saudi-led multinational coalition forces have shot down drones in places such as Hemismushet and Abha in the south of Saudi Arabia.

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