Two including Bangladeshi injured in Houthi missile attack in Saudi Arabia

Two people, including a Bangladeshi, have been injured in a missile fired by Yemen’s Houthi rebels in southern Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said on Sunday that the missile hit the Ahad al-Masarihah industrial area in the southern Zayan region.

According to the Saudi Gazette, a Bangladeshi and a Sudanese national were injured in the incident. Several workshops and civilian vehicles were also damaged in the missile strike. However, the details of the injured were not given in the report.

A statement from the Saudi-led coalition described the attack as “malicious and brutal” and called for a “firm response” to the attack.
This is the third time that a foreigner has been injured in a Houthi missile attack in the Ahad al-Masarihah industrial area.

Coalition forces also said they had destroyed two drones sent from Yemen.
The force has been fighting the Houthi group in Yemen since 2015. On Monday, the Houthis carried out an unprecedented attack on the city of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, another member of the coalition. Two Indian expatriates and a Pakistani national were killed.

The Houthis also fired missiles and drones at various Saudi cities.

The Saudi-led coalition has stepped up airstrikes on Houthi military targets in Yemen.

The Saudi-led military coalition has been attacking Yemen since 2015 to overthrow the internationally recognized government and oust it from the capital, Sanaa.