Saudi-led coalition says Ten civilians wounded in Houthi drone attack on Jizan airport

The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said late on Friday that a Houthi explosives-laden drone was used to target civilians at King Abdullah airport in Saudi Arabia's southern city of Jizan, the state news agency (SPA) reported.
"There were ten minor injuries among civilians, passengers and airport employees," the agency quoted a coalition spokesman as saying, adding that authorities are monitoring the situation.
Riyadh has blamed the Houthis for a number of attacks on airports across the country over the past month, including a drone attack in September that wounded eight people at the Abha airport.
On Wednesday, the coalition said it intercepted an explosives-laden drone also targeting Abha airport, located near the border with Yemen.