Coalition shoots down Houthi militia’s drone
Arab Coalition Forces backing legitimate government in Yemen, on Friday shot down unmanned drone fired by the Iran-backed Houthi rebel militia.
The coalition said the Houthi militia fired the drone from Amran province.
The coalition said Houthi militia’s continued launch of drones reflects its losses and reality on the ground.
Last Tuesday, a Houthi militia bomb-laden drone crashed on civilian properties in Amran province, 35 kilometers away from its place of takeoff in the capital Sana’a.
The spokesman of the Arab Coalition Col. Turki al-Maliki said the Houthi militia’s conduct of these terror operations and claiming responsibility for them on the terror militia’s media outlets makes these militiamen and their commanders responsible and liable to accountability according to the International Humanitarian Law.
He said the militia’s continuous propaganda carrying drone strikes on the Saudi airport of Abha is meant for nothing other than lifting the morale of their militants.