ADEN, Yemen, Air defences of the Saudi-led Arab coalition, intercepted a Houthi drone, aimed at a pro-government military base in Yemen's southern port city of Aden, on Sunday night.
The Houthi drone was shot down before it had a chance to attack the pro-government Ras Abas military base, that houses thousands of newly-recruited pro-government forces in Buraiga district, western Aden, according to the official.
Meanwhile, Houthi-affiliated Masirah television network, claimed responsibility for an explosion of a drone over the Ras Abbas military camp in Aden.
The Houthi TV channel said, the targeted camp is used as a training centre for the newly-recruited pro-government forces, backed by the Saudi-led coalition.
A drone attack of the type Qasif 2k targeted a ceremony and a military parade of the invaders and coalition's mercenaries at Ras Abbas camp in Aden, it said.
No confirmation statements have been released by the government or the Saudi-led coalition so far.
Source: NAM News Network