Saudi-led coalition intercepts two explosive-laden boats in southern Red Sea - state TV

CAIRO - (Reuters) - The Saudi-Led coalition said on Wednesday that it intercepted two explosive-laden boats in the southern Red Sea launched by Yemen's Houthis from the Yemeni governorate of Hudaidah, according to state TV. The Saudis have regularly accused the Houthis of using drones and missiles to attack Saudi Arabia. (Reporting by Alaa Swilam)

Reuters November 12, 2020 02:10:33 IST
Saudi-led coalition intercepts two explosive-laden boats in southern Red Sea - state TV

Saudiled coalition intercepts two explosiveladen boats in southern Red Sea  state TV

CAIRO - (Reuters) - The Saudi-Led coalition said on Wednesday that it intercepted two explosive-laden boats in the southern Red Sea launched by Yemen's Houthis from the Yemeni governorate of Hudaidah, according to state TV.

The Saudis have regularly accused the Houthis of using drones and missiles to attack Saudi Arabia.

(Reporting by Alaa Swilam)

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