Saudi air defense forces have shot down a ballistic missile fired at the kingdom from Yemen, the Saudi-led military coalition said Sunday.
The missile targeting the southern city of Najran was intercepted at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, a statement carried on the official Saudi Press Agency says.
No damage or casualties were reported.
The Saudi-led coalition backs Yemen’s internationally recognized government against Shiite rebels and their allies who control territory including the capital, Sanaa.
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