Saudi Jet Shot Down In Yemen’s Sanaa

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A warplane of the Saudi-led coalition air force was shot down by Houthi rebels.

Yemeni media reported that the country’s air defense forces had hit a coalition jet near the capital Sanaa on Saturday.

Sputnik News reports:

According to the source, the pilot of the jet is “alive and was placed under arrest.”

On Wednesday night, a Saudi Arabia-led coalition including the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, Pakistan and Egypt launched a military campaign against Houthi positions in Sanaa.

The operation followed a request by the country’s ousted President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.

The airstrikes have caused dozens of deaths and casualties.






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