Saudis: An airstrike on rebel meeting in Sanaa kills two Houthi leaders

Saudi state TV said a kingdom air strike on Friday killed more than 50 Houthi insurgents including two leaders. Al-Masirah, a Houthi-run news channel, acknowledged Houthi leaders met in Sanaa Friday to discuss Saturday’s funeral of Saleh al-Sammad, a Houthi political leader killed in an earlier Saudi airstrike, but later said a Saudi air strike injured civilians. Al Arabiya TV said the strike hit a high-level Houthi meeting at the Yemeni Interior Ministry building in rebel-held Sanaa and killed 38 people including two leaders.

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3 thoughts on “Saudis: An airstrike on rebel meeting in Sanaa kills two Houthi leaders

  • Apr 28, 2018 @ 12:58 at 12:58

    Some good intel the Saudis are getting from the cia as to where and when the houtis have a meeting.

  • Apr 28, 2018 @ 19:29 at 19:29

    U will not defeat those desert bred rebels called Houtis, their spirit is harder than the rocks on the desert floor!!, just like u couldnt defeat the Taliban, the Vietnamese, the Chinese in Vietnam, or the North Koreans.
    In the coming war the Russians will show u that same unbreakable spirit AGAIN!!
    When will the West learn??


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