Projectile attack causes fire at oil station in Saudi border city
Saudi Arabia's Energy Ministry said Thursday that a projectile attack caused a fire at a petroleum products distribution station in the country's border city of Jazan, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The attack resulted in a fire in one of the terminal's tanks, and no casualties were reported, said a spokesman for the ministry.
Saudi Arabia strongly condemned such an attack against vital installations, the SPA quoted the spokesperson as saying.
Meanwhile, the Saudi-led coalition involved in a war in Yemen announced earlier on Thursday the interception of eight bomb-laden drones launched by Houthis towards Saudi border cities.