Sputnik: Saudi Airlines Cancels Flights to City Bordering Yemen Amid Mortar Fire

Saudi Arabian Airlines has cancelled flights to the city of Najran located on the border with Yemen which had been shelled by unidentified forces.

BEIRUT (Sputnik) — Saudi Arabian Airlines, the largest state-run airline of Saudi Arabia, has canceled flights to the city of Najran located on the border with Yemen which had been shelled by unidentified forces, the company said in its Twitter on Tuesday.


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