Saudi Arabia: Houthi militia missile strike kills 2, injures 7

At least two people have been killed and seven others injured in a missile attack by Houthi militias in Saudi Arabia.

A spokesman for the Saudi Civil Defense said the dead included a Saudi and a Yemeni national, while the wounded included a Saudi and six Bangladeshi nationals.

According to Arab media, the missile was fired by Houthi militia in Jazan city and landed in Samata area while the missile attack was carried out from Saada city of Yemen in which 12 vehicles and a few shops were also damaged.

The Arab League has warned that air strikes will be carried out in case of any threat.

The Arab League says a car bomb had exploded at an Iraqi police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Mosul.

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