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Offbeat: Yemen: Raids of the Saudi Coalition in Sanaa after the attack of the Houthis at the Emirates

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Photo satellite de l'aéroport international d'Abu Dhabi, le 8 décembre 2021. Une attaque de drone présumée par les rebelles houthis du Yémen visant une installation pétrolière clé à Abu Dhabi a tué trois personnes et déclenché un incendie séparé à l'aéroport, le 17 janvier 2022. © Planet Labs PBC, AP Satellite Photo of Abu Dhabi International Airport, December 8, 2021. A Drone Attack Presumed by The Houthis Rebels of Yemen aiming for a key oil installation in Abu Dhabi killed three people and triggered a separate fire at the airport on January 17, 2022.

in response to the attack on Monday on the soil Emirati and claimed by the Houthis The military coalition led by Saudi Arabia carried out the evening of air raids on Sanaa, the Capitale Yemeni in the hands of the Houthis, according to the official Saudi press agency. Earlier in the day, an explosion of tanker trucks carrying fuel had made three deaths and six wounded in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates.

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The military coalition led by Saudi Arabia and fighting rebels in Yemen announced, Monday 17 January to the evening, aerial strikes on Sanaa, the Capital Yemeni controlled by the Houthis, after an murderer attack in the United Arab Emirates , member of this military alliance.

"In response to the threat and a military necessity, air strikes start in Sanaa," she announced in a spa tweet, the official press agency of Saudi Arabia, who runs this coalition.

The attack on the emirates, who warned that it would remain "not impunity", has generated international convictions of Arab and Western countries at the top of which the United States, as well as the United Nations.

Missiles Ballistic and Drones

announcing the launch of a military operation called "Hurricane du Yemen", the Houthis stated on their Al-Massira channel have "targeted with important and sensitive Emirati facilities and site" using ballistic missiles and drones.

"We are telling foreign companies, citizens and residents of the enemy state of the emirates they should keep away from the vital sites for their own safety," added the Military Spokesman of the Houthis, Yahya Saree, in An address on Al-Massira.

in Abu Dhabi, three tanker trucks exploded "near the oil company of the oil company of Abu Dhabi, causing the death of a Pakistani and two Indians, indicated the official emiratie WAM agency, by doing state of six wounded.

In addition, a "minor fire" occurred in "the new construction area of ​​Abu Dhabi International Airport," added the agency without reporting victim.

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