Fire and smoke rises after a Saudi-led airstrike hit a site believed to be one of the largest weapons depot on the outskirts of Yemen's capital, Sanaa, on Wednesday, June 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Yemen's dominant Houthi group and its army allies fired a Scud missile at Saudi Arabia which the kingdom says it shot down Saturday, in a major escalation of two months of war.Arab airstrikes have pounded arms and missile stores in the capital Sanaa and other military bases in Yemen almost every day, but the firing of the Scud -- an 11-meter (35-foot) long ballistic missile with ranges of 300 km (200 miles) and more -- shows the country's supply has not yet been eliminated.The options are open and the battle has begun to block the aggression on Yemen ... this is the battle the people of Yemen have been awaiting," he wrote.Saudi-led forces said on Friday that four Saudi troops, including an officer, were killed after an attack was launched from the Yemeni side on border areas in Jizan and Najran.
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