Yemen's capital city of Sanaa is receiving heavy airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition right now just after the Houthi forces fired a ballistic missile into Saudi Arabia.
The Saba news agency quoted a defense official as saying the missile force fired tonight a Qahir 1 against the Saudi Aramco compound in Jazan.
The missile hit the target precisely, Saba said, without giving more details.
The coalition, which has been bombing Yemen since March, has not confirmed the attack and whether the missile was intercepted or not.
In the past two weeks after the peace talks in Switzerland failed to end the Saudi-led military operation, the Houthi forces have fired several ballistic missiles, all of which were intercepted.
On Monday, the coalition conducted airstrikes in the capital and the provinces of Sanaa, Marib, Jawf, Saada and Taiz.
More than a dozen civilians were killed in the raids coinciding with raging battles between the pro-government and Houthi forces.
Separately, relief agencies said no has been delivered to Taiz where hundreds of thousands of people have been facing harsh conditions due to ongoing battles and blockade by the Houthis.
Lately, the UN stressed the importance to alleviate the humanitarian suffering in Yemen especially Taiz whose people are being deprived of all supplies.
The Houthi forces allowed few convoys of aid to reach people shortly after the Swiss talks and have lately blocked aid deliveries, agencies said.
Locals said volunteers are smuggling supplies including food and medicines into the city onboard donkeys amid the strict Houthi-imposed blockade.