The Newest: Yemen rebels: Eight missiles fired at Saudi targets

The Newest: Yemen rebels: Eight missiles fired at Saudi targets

The Newest: Yemen rebels: Eight missiles fired at Saudi targets

Saudi forces intercept four ballistic missiles targeting Jazan, a border town near Yemen, on Saturday.

The Houthi-run state news agency Saba reported that the group had fired eight missiles over the border into Saudi Arabia.

In a televised speech, Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi vowed that the death of Samad - a relative moderate who helped oversee political and administrative duties while the Houthi military wing pursued fighting - would not split its ranks. The rebels did not immediately acknowledge the strike.

Yemen's Houthis staged a large-scale funeral for their two leaders who killed in a Saudi-led.

Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya television said a total of 38 rebels were killed in the strike on a Huthi interior ministry building.

Saudi and other warplanes from the mostly Gulf Arab alliance have carried out thousands of air strikes, repeatedly hitting markets, hospitals and other civilian targets, killing hundreds of civilians.

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The rebels will hold a public funeral for Sammad in Sanaa on 28 April.

Saudi state media is reporting an airstrike by a kingdom-led coalition in Yemen's capital has killed two Shiite insurgent leaders and dozens of their militiamen.

Houthi supporters gather near the site of burial of Saleh al-Samad.

The rebels, generally known as Houthis, have beforehand fired missiles focusing on the Saudi mainland, together with the capital, Riyadh.

The Iran-backed rebels have been locked in a war with the Saudi-led military alliance, which since 2015 has fought to restore the internationally-recognised Yemeni government to power. They see themselves as retaliating against heavy Saudi-led airstrikes in parts of Yemen.

The kingdom's devastating air campaign repeatedly has struck markets, medical facilities and civilian targets, drawing global criticism.

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