The White House is out with a statement following a power station was hit by a missile fired from Yemen earlier today.
The US is closely monitoring situation re missile strikes into Saudi Arabia, the White House said.
Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) carried a piece on the Saudi desalination plant struck by a missile, with key details found below.
“The missile appeared to come from within Yemen.
Senior officials from a range of U.S. government agencies were called back to the White House to meet late Wednesday evening, the official cited by WSJ said.”
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