DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Aug 28 (NNN-WAM) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE), denied the Houthi rebels' claim, Monday, saying the Dubai International Airport was attacked by a Houthi military drone.

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, said, traffic at Dubai International Airport was going on normally.

Yemen's Houthi rebels said, earlier in the day, through their social media channels, that, they attacked Dubai International Airport, with a Sammad-3 drone.

In 2017, 88.2 million passengers travelled through the airport.

On July 26, the Iran-backed rebel group, claimed they attacked the Abu Dhabi International Airport, in the UAE's capital, with the same drone.

The airport reported on that day that, "an incident, involving a supply vehicle" occurred at the airport.

The UAE is part of a Saudi-led Arab military coalition, which has been fighting the Houthis since Mar, 2015, to support the internationally-recognised government, led by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.


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