coalition in Yemen launched an attack Monday on Houthi military targets in
Sanaa, Arab News reported.
The coalition advised civilians to stay away from the targeted areas, Saudi Arabia’s Al Ekhbariya TV channel said.
The strikes happened hours after the coalition accused the Houthis of endangering global energy security when they attacked a Saudi Aramco plant on Saturday.
The militants claimed they used a number of drones to hit the Shaybah gas facility, but Saudi Arabia said operations were unaffected and no one was injured.
The attack by the Iran-backed Houthis was the latest using drones laden with explosives to target the Kingdom’s infrastructure.
The militants, who sparked the Yemen conflict in 2014 by seizing Sanaa from the internationally-recognized government, have targeted oil pipeline infrastructure and Abha airport in the south.