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BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:00 A.M.) – The Houthi forces fired a ballistic missile at an army base inside Saudi Arabia last night, marking the second time this month that they have targeted installations inside the KSA.

According to Houthi media relations, their forces fired a Qaher-M2 ballistic missile towards the Saudi Army base in the Beir Askar area of the Najran Region.

Houthi media relations added that their ballistic missile scored a direct hit on the Saudi Army base, destroying a storage hangar that was filled with weapons and food.

No video has been released yet.

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Excellente!

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Sometimes, for that fraction of a second, I feel sorry for the dumb Saudis…. that actually makes my next 10 minutes laughing more enjoyable.