Printed on Sat Oct 01 2022 7:57:05 AM

3 Bangladeshis among 10 injured including in drone strikes in Saudi Arabia

International Desk
At least 10 people, including three Bangladeshis, have been injured in two drone strikes at King Abdullah Airport in the southern Saudi city of Jizan.

The Saudi-led coalition said the attack took place in the early hours of Saturday.

Saudi state media quoted a coalition spokesman as saying that six Saudis, three Bangladeshis, and one Sudanese were injured in the attack.

The spokesman said, "Some windows of the airport were broken in the attack."

The coalition said another drone strike had been averted in the early hours of the morning. However, no details of injuries or damage were given in the incident.

According to state television, air traffic is normal at King Abdullah Airport.

Neighboring Yemen's Huthi rebels did not immediately claim responsibility for the attack. The group has carried out the regular drone and missile strikes targeting the Gulf country.

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