The Yemeni Army, supported by allied fighters from Popular Committees, fired a short-range ballistic missile at a military base in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern border region of Najran, in retaliation for the Saudi regime’s military campaign against the war-torn country, the Yemeni media reported.
Iran on Wednesday categorically dismissed a claim by the Financial Times that it accepted to enter negotiations over its national missile program as well as its regional role during a recent meeting over the 2015 nuclear deal in Brussels.
The US has approved a $133.3 million sale of anti-ballistic missiles to Japan to defend itself against what Washington says is a growing nuclear and missile threat from North Korea, a State Department official says.
Syria’s army says its air defense systems have hit an Israeli aircraft and intercepted a number of rockets fired at targets on Syrian soil as the Tel Aviv regime continues its acts of aggression against the Arab country.
Turkey has awarded a contract for a study into the development and production of a long-range air and missile defense system to a European manufacturer of anti-air missiles as well as two major Turkish weapons manufacturers and defense contractors.
Russia will supply Turkey with four batteries of S-400 surface-to-air missiles for $2.5 billion, under a deal that is almost complete, Sergei Chemezov, head of Russia’s Rostec, told the Kommersant daily on Wednesday.
Yemeni forces fired a Zelzal 2 (Earthquake-2) ballistic missile at a position of Saudi-backed mercenaries in the Nihm district of the country's western Sana'a province, inflicting heavy casualties on them.
Iran said the door for diplomatic dialogue with the United States is still open, but the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and other sovereignty-related issues are not negotiable.