Drones kill 4 terror suspects in Marib
According to Al-Salehi, the strike killed Saleh Al-Jamati, a leading terror suspect.
Missiles missed the second vehicle. The suspected militants soon abandoned the vehicle and the missiles landed near a home. The home was damaged but no casualties were reported, Al-Salehi said.
Marib resident Abdulrahman Duhaidih told the Yemen Times that aircrafts have been heavily present in Marib skies. This, he said, has left residents panicked.
Security expert Mohammed Al-Khalid told the Yemen Times that the strike was the fourth of its kind in two weeks.
An unidentified aircraft was also heard and spotted above the capital city on Tuesday. The U.S. Embassy, which has evacuated all non-essential staff, has called on American citizens to leave the country immediately.