Yemen Houthis reiterate denial of attacks on US warship-agency

October 13, 2016 10:21


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SANAA - Yemen's dominant Houthi movement reiterated a denial on Thursday that it carried out failed missile attacks on a US navy destroyer, a news agency controlled by the group reported.

The Iranian-allied movement said the attacks on the USS Mason did not come from areas under its control, said the Saba news agency, citing what it called a military source.

"These allegations are unfounded and the people's committees have nothing to do with this action," the agency, referring to the Houthi administration, reported the source as saying.

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