Yemeni missiles hit Saudi mercenaries
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, May 17, IRNA -- The missile unit the Yemeni Army fired a ballistic missile at al-Anad airbase, in Lahj, south of the country.
The Badr 1 missile hit the base which is used by the Saudi, Emirati and Sudanese mercenaries to attack Taiz and the West Coast Front, wrote Al-Masirah news network.
Al-Anad military base came under control of occupying forces when the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees forces left the region at the end of 2015, added Al-Masirah Net.
The US-backed Saudi-led coalition attacked Yemen to re-empower the resigned runaway President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi in 2015. The violent war has had no results except for the death and amputation of hundreds of thousands of Yemeni children, women and men.
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