Mosque, house hit by Houthi missile fragments in Saudi Arabia

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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
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Houthi missile hits mosque and home in Saudi Arabia’s Asir region. (SPA)
Updated 19 September 2018
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Mosque, house hit by Houthi missile fragments in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: The Spokesman for the Directorate of Civil Defense in Asir Region, Col. Mohammed Al-Assami, said that Civil Defense Forces launched a report on Tuesday regarding a military projectile launched by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia from within Yemeni territory toward a village in the southern province of Dhahran.
No casualties have been recorded, however, the projectile hit a mosque and the home of a citizen, as well as an agricultural well.
The necessary procedures have been adopted to directly deal with such cases, reported the Saudi Press Agency.


Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman touches down in India

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman touches down in India

NEW DELHI: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in India on Tuesday for the second stage of his Asia tour.

His plane touched down at Air Force Station Palam in New Delhi shortly after 8.45 p.m. local time.

The crown prince is expected to announce a $1 billion investment in India’s infrastructure and farming sectors during his first visit to the nation.

Prince Mohammed is expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and various other ministers and officials.

He is accompanied by leading Saudi businessmen and officials.

India is hoping the crown prince will announce an investment in its National Investment Infrastructure Fund (NIIF), a sovereign wealth fund that includes private companies and foreign investors.

The Kingdom is India’s top energy supplier and home to more than 3.5 million Indian expatriates.