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ey fired several missiles at Saudi Arabia, but have not caused any serious damage.
The Saudi led coalition that has been fighting the Houthis in Yemen said the missile was aimed at residential area. Saudi Arabia and its ally, the United States, claims such weapons are being supplied by Iran. Last week, US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, presented pieces of what she said were Iranian weapons used in an attempted attacked by the Houthis on a Saudi airport.
>> In this warehouse is concrete evidence of illegal Iranian weapons proliferation gathered from direct military attacks on our partners in the region.>> Iran denies supplying such weapons to the Houthis, who have taken control of Yemen's capital Sana'a and other parts of the country.
The Saudi-led coalition has launched thousands of airstrikes since intervening in Yemen's civil war three years ago on behalf of the ousted government. And on Tuesday, the UN said those airstrikes had killed 136 civilians, including children, since early December this year.