Saudi-led coalition intercepts missiles from Yemen
Yemenis make their way through rubble on October 8, 2016 next to a house that was hit the day before by a reported airstrike by Saudi-led coalition air-planes, killing a family, in Bajil in the western province of Houdieda. (AFP/Stringer)
An Arab coalition intercepted two missiles fired by Yemen's Houthi group at targets in Saudi Arabia and Yemen's Marib province on Sunday, Saudi Arabian official media reported.
Warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition later attacked the two military bases from which the missiles were fired, the Saudi Press Agency reported late on Sunday.
A base in the capital Sanaa fired one missile towards Marib, and a base in northern Saada province launched a missile towards the Saudi city of Taif, the site of a Saudi air force base.
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