RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Nov 5 (NNN-SPA) – Saudi-led coalition against Houthi militias, denied on Saturday, allegations of targeting a market in Sa’dah in Yemen.

The spokesperson of the coalition, Col. Tuki Al Maliki, said in a statement that, a probe into the allegations, that included full revision of all operations, proved that the air strike attacked a military target, of a gathering of armed Houthi militias, including missile experts.

He stressed the commitment of the coalition, in following the international humanitarian law, especially articles concerning civilians protections.

The coalition has been involved in the war, in support of the elected Yemeni government, against Houthi rebels for more than two years, with no signs of reaching an end.

The Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, was quoted by Al Arabiya local news as saying that, the war would continue to prevent the Houthis from becoming another Hezbollah on Saudi borders.



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