coalition warplanes on Saturday struck Iran-backed Houthi rebel positions in the Yemeni
capital of Sana, a security source told The Baghdad Post.
The source added that fighter jets-affiliated to the Saudi-led coalition launched three air raids targeting sites and gatherings of Houthis militias in the vicinity of Sanaa International Airport.
He added that the warplanes also bombed Houthi-controlled al Farijah and al-Sana army camps in the Arhab region northeast of Sanaa.
al-Maliki, spokesman for the coalition said the strikes targeted Houthis who fired
a ballistic missile on Saudi Arabia's Jizan on Wednesday evening.
Meanwhile, a series of air strikes by the Arab coalition fighters on the west coast of Yemen killed 78 Houthi terrorists.