Saudi Arabia intercepts missiles over capital city

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Saudi Arabia says it has intercepted ballistic missiles over its capital, Riyadh, and a city along the Yemen border. Multiple explosions shook Riyadh in the attack. At least two civilians were reportedly injured. A Saudi-led military coalition blamed the attack on Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi rebels who have targeted Saudi cities in the past. The capital is now under a 15-hour curfew to help curb the coronavirus. The kingdom has over 1,000 COVID-19 infections and four deaths so far.

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