The Iran-allied Houthis launched a Burkan-1 missile toward Riyadh, a statement by their official news agency said.
The report, however, gave no further detail, including the exact impact location, the possible casualty toll and the extent of potential damage inflicted.
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Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya news channel reported that the Arab coalition destroyed the military base in Yemen's Sana'a from where the missile was sacked.
Local sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said two people lost their lives and four others sustained injuries on Saturday when Saudi fighter jets bombarded a residential neighborhood in the village of Bayt Baws, Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network reported. The coalition said it has immediately retaliated by bombing the Houthi military base in the Attan area following the attack Friday.
Saudi Arabia, a staunch adversary of Iran, deeply opposed the nuclear accord forged between former president Barack Obama and world powers with Tehran.
The rebels insisted that the missile had been fired at Jeddah, the Red Sea city in the sprawling Mecca region, not at the holy city itself.