Houthis responsible for drone attack on Saudi airport.
Yemen's Houthi volunteer army said they dispatched bomb-loaded robot assaults towards the Jizan Airport and King Khalid Airbase in southwestern Saudi Arabia.
"The assaults focused on airplane sheds in Jizan Airport (in Jizan city) and King Khalid Airbase in Khamis Mushait city," Houthi military representative Yehya Sarea said in an explanation on Sunday broadcasted by the gathering's al-Masirah TV.
Then, Saudi-possessed Alarabiya TV revealed that the Riyadh-drove alliance caught a touchy loaded robot dispatched by the Houthi state army toward Khamis Mushait, reports Xinhua news organization.
The Houthis have as of late ventured up cross-line rocket and robot assaults against Saudi urban communities and oil offices.
On Friday, the Saudi-drove alliance said that it caught a bomb-loaded robot and a rocket dispatched by the Houthi military towards the line urban areas of Khamis Mushait and Jazan.
The two urban areas are among locale in southwestern Saudi Arabia that are regularly focused by Houthis with robots and rockets.
Yemen has been buried in a common conflict since late 2014 when the Iran-sponsored Houthis held onto control of a few northern Yemeni areas and constrained the universally perceived legislature of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi out of the capital Sanaa.
The Saudi-drove Arab alliance interceded in the Yemeni clash in March 2015 to help Hadi's administration.