Yemen's Houthis warn of further attacks against Saudi

A series of missiles were launched into neighbouring Saudi Arabia on Sunday night, killing one and injuring several others.

    Houthi fighters in northern Yemen have warned they will fire more missiles into Saudi Arabia, if the Saudis do not stop their bombing raids.

    On Sunday, the Houthis sent several rockets across the border, targeting the capital Riyadh.

    The incident is threatening to intensify Yemen's war.

    Al Jazeera's Hannah Hoxster report.


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