A ballistic missile hit the King Salman Airbase near the Saudi capital of Riyadh, according to the pro-Houthi al-Masirah TV channel.
The report say that Yemeni forces conducted a missile launch last night and the missile hit the target.
This was the second missile launch against the King Salman Airbase reported by pro-Houthi media within six months.
القوة الصاروخية: صمود عامين رسالة وصلت بإطلاق بركان-2 الباليستي على قاعدة الملك سلمان الجوية في الرياض، وقد أصاب الهدف pic.twitter.com/80I6ceDXz1
— قناةالمسيرةAlmasirah (@MasirahTV) March 18, 2017
However, there was no video or photo confirmation from the ground that the airbase came under attack.
Houthi forces reportedly used the Borkan-2 (Volcano-2) ballistic missile. It is said that the Borkan-2 has a range of 1400 km and is equipped with an interception avoiding smart warhead.