Off the West coast of Yemen, where second year civil war, on January 30 Pro-Iranian rebels attacked the Saudi warship. According to local media, the Houthis approached the frigate on three boats and one of them rammed the stern of the ship.

In the video, hear the cries of the insurgents: “Allah Akbar! Death To America! Death To Israel!”

The ship sank: the damage was not critical. The team extinguished the fire.

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Also, according to the Agency’s Houthi al-Masirah, they fired a ballistic missile on a Saudi military base on the island Sugar in the Red sea, which lies off the coast of Yemen and Eritrea, near the Strait of Bab-El-Mandeb.

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The armed conflict in Yemen continues for two years. On the one hand there are the Houthi rebels and those loyal to former President Saleh part of the army, and other troops ousted President Abd rabbu Mansour Hadi. A coalition of Arab States led by Saudi Arabia was on the side of Hadi and March 2015 carries out air strikes on areas of Yemen, which is controlled by Houthis.

Huthis associated with Iran, and Yemeni foreign Minister accuses Russia in supplying weapons to them. The Houthis demand for Yemen’s Shiite minority Sunnis with equal rights and participation in government. Rebels opposed to the regular forces supporting the legitimate President, and various volunteer groups of local tribes. Also part of the territory captured by groups of al-Qaeda and the Islamic state who are fighting against the Huthis against government troops.

October 8, 2016 in an airstrike on a building in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, killing more than 140 people and wounded 525 people. The Saudi authorities have privately admitted that it was one of the combat aircraft led by Riyadh coalition.

Video: Youtube

RAM a Houthi military vehicle in Saudi Arabia: video of the explosion 31.01.2017

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