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The Houthis' Al Masirah TV reported that a Burkan H2 ballistic missile had been targeted at the royal residence.However it was shot down by Saudi Arabia's military south of the capital with no reports of any damage.A missile was launched towards Riyadh this weekend, in a sign of how the Saudis are struggling to secure a military victory.In June Mb S imposed a politically costly economic boycott on Qatar that has lost it allies in Europe and Washington.This is the moment Yemen rebels filmed themselves launching a ballistic missile that was intercepted by Saudi Arabia just seconds from hitting King Salman's palace.Eyewitnesses said they saw a plume of smoke over the nation's capital Riyadh after hearing a blast at about 10.50am yesterday - shortly before the scheduled unveiling of the Saudi budget.Mb S has been equally bold in his foreign policy, determined to curb Shia Iran and marginalise Saudi’s Sunni rival Qatar.Saudi has launched an unending and brutal war in Yemen designed to quell the Iranian-backed Houthis.
Tory former international development secretary Andrew Mitchell said Mr Johnson was right to condemn the attack on Riyadh, but also called for the Foreign Secretary to speak out about Saudi actions in Yemen.
A royal family member appeared to confirm the missile was aimed at a palace meeting.'Coalition forces confirm intercepting an Iranian-Houthi missile targeting (the) south of Riyadh.
There are no reported casualties at this time,' the government-run Center for International Communication wrote on its Twitter account.
No one doubted that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was a man in a hurry.
But the Saudi royal’s decision to arrest 11 princes, four ministers and dozens of former ministers shows he is a risk-taker on a scale the Middle East has rarely seen.
Women are to be given the right to drive next year , cinemas are to be opened, tourists welcomed and the role of clerics driven back as part of a cultural and social revolution designed to make the secretive kingdom closer to the model of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and to prepare the economy for life after oil.