Arab expat calls missile attack on Riyadh 'heroic' ... gets arrested

Arab expat calls missile attack on Riyadh 'heroic' ... gets arrested

During her speech she also pointed to the secretary general's report that said Iran was not fully complying with Resolution 2231, which restricts arms sales.

Unveiling ordinance recovered from the crash site of the attack she said the U.S. had "undeniable" evidence the missile, which targeted the Saudi capital's domestic airport, was "made in Iran".

And they apparently intend to do so again, just not for a month. Saudi Arabia said the blame for the missile, reportedly intercepted on its way to Riyadh, lay directly with Iran.

The coalition said the missile was "indiscriminately launched towards Riyadh to target the civilian and populated areas".

"We will be fully supporting the government and the people in case of any threat to the holy mosques".

"We must all act cooperatively to expose the crimes of the Tehran regime and do whatever is needed to make sure they get the message".

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Finalmente, Penco consideró "fundamental la elaboración de una ley de partidos políticos que contemple un mecanismo de financiación permanente y reglas de democracia interna".

For the past three years, Saudi Arabia has led a military campaign involving air strikes and ground troops against the Huthis, who seized the Yemeni capital from the internationally recognised government in 2014.

"Weapons used by the Yemenis today are leftovers in the bases of previous governments". In contrast, a UN human rights spokesman said coalition airstrikes had killed at least 136 noncombatants in war-torn Yemen since Dec. 6.

The power struggle between the Houthis, a Shia rebel group, and President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who is backed by a Saudi-led coalition, has turned into a regional confrontation.

The spokesman welcomed statements of condemnation issued by the international community against Iran's support of the Houthis. But it eased the restrictions after the UN warned that they could trigger "the largest famine the world has seen for many decades". In 1,000 days of fighting since the conflict began 8,670 people have been killed and 49,960 injured according to the U.N.

"Pakistan stands in solidarity with Saudi Arabia against all forms and manifestations of terrorism", Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Faisal was quoted as saying by Express News.