A Houthi militant holds a mock missile during a rally in Yemen's capital Sanaa July 10, 2015. (REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah)
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Saudi Arabian air defences Tuesday intercepted a ballistic missile that targeted the western city of Yanbu after being fired from rebel-held territory in neighbouring Yemen, a Saudi-Arabian-led military coalition said.Iran-backed Huthi rebels have in recent months ramped up missile attacks against neighbouring Saudi Arabia, which leads a military coalition that has fought the insurgents since 2015 .In late May, air defences intercepted Huthi missiles over the southern cities of Najran and Jizan, according to Maliki, who said there were no casualties.
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