Yemen’s rebel Houthi movement has claimed responsibility for a cruise missile strike on Saudi Arabia’s Abha airport, the group’s Al-Masirah TV channel reported early Wednesday morning.

The attack injured 26 civilians, according to representatives for the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthis, and came just a day after Saudi authorities said they intercepted two drones launched by the group. Abha airport is in southwestern Saudi Arabia, roughly 100 miles from the Yemeni border.

The airport is used by thousands of people daily, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency, which reported that eight people were admitted for hospital treatment while 18 were discharged after receiving initial first aid. Flights were halted for several hours but have now resumed, authorities said.

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