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Saudi Arabia's air force intercepted on Friday a ballistic missile fired by Yemen's Iran-allied rebels towards the southern region of Najran, Saudi-owned broadcaster Al Arabiya reported.

The scattered fragments of the missile caused minor damage to a private property, while no injuries were reported. Turki Al-Malki, spokesman of the Coalition forces.

In November, two ballistic missiles fired from Yemen were intercepted.

"This hostile act by the Iran-backed Houthis proves the Iranian regime remains implicated in supporting the armed Houthis", Maliki was quoted by Saudi state news agency SPA as saying.

The group frequently announces the launch of "ballistic missiles" at targets inside neighboring Saudi Arabia. He also underlined the need to hold Iran accountable for its support and flagrant defiance of worldwide norms and values.

Last December, the group said it had targeted a palace used by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Last week, the United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Yemen Jamie McGoldrick said coalition airstrikes on December 26 killed 68 civilians in Hodeidah and the neighbouring province of Taiz.

The Yemeni army and popular committees managed to advance into the center of Al-Jawf province, according to the head of the revolutionary committees Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi who called on the pro-Saudi forces to return to their national identity. "The militia is planting mines in commercial naval passages, but have failed to plant them on Saudi Arabian borders", he added.

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