(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) ADEN, March 13 (KUNA) -- The Saudi-led Coalition's air defence systems have downed a Houthi-guided drone above the coastal Hodeidah governorate in western Yemen.
The drone was shot down above a government HQ, located south of the city, long before reaching any targets, a Yemeni government spokesperson told KUNA.
Separately, military sources said on Wednesday that the Houthis continue to breach the Stockholm ceasefire deal struck in December.
The militants launched a barrage of rocket attacks on a government military camp, killing one soldier and wounding 17 others.
A neighbouring crowded city of displaced Yemenis was also struck by the rockets, however, no information was provided in regards to casualties.
Another two military camps in Hodeidah were also targeted by Houthi shelling, added the sources. (end) sms.sd