United Nations to relaunch Yemen peace talks plan within two months


Al Maliki said that this hostile act proves that Iran is continuing its support of the Houthi militias with "quality military capabilities", in stark violation of the UNSC resolutions No 2216 and No 2231, and undermining the safety and security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the region and the world in general.

Recent deployments of drones and ballistic missiles by the Houthi movement in Yemen in strikes against a Saudi tanker, both inside worldwide waters and Saudi territory itself, reveal an enduring ability on the part of the Houthis to strike far beyond the limits of their own territory.

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The missile was intercepted before it hit its target but some fragments landed on residential areas. Saudi authorities say over the past three years 90 ballistic missiles have been fired at the kingdom by the rebels.

Saudi Arabia in March 2015 launched a coalition of Arab states fighting to roll back Houthi rebels in Yemen and restore the country's internationally-recognised government to power.

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Col Al Malki added that the airport in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, which is still under rebel control, was being used as a military base to orchestrate the drone strike.

In an earlier press conference in Al-Khobar on Monday, the Saudi coalition held a visual presentation of the drone, claiming it was Iranian in origin.

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United Nations humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock said Yemen remains "the planet's worst humanitarian catastrophe" together with three-quarters of their population -in excess of 22 million individuals - desperately needing humanitarian assistance.