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3 years ago | 27-03-2015 | ANI

Saudi led coalition warplanes hit pro-Iranian rebels in Yemen

Washington, March 27 : Saudi led coalition war planes have struck pro-Iranian rebels in Yemen with Saudi Arabia threatening to send ground troops which could potentially initiate a broader sectarian conflict in the Middle East.

The operation involved 100 Saudi jets, 30 from the United Arab Emirates, 15 each from Kuwait and Bahrain, 10 from Qatar and a few from Morocco, Jordan and Sudan along with naval assistance from Pakistan and Egypt, said a Saudi advisor, reported CNN.

According to reports, Egyptian Foreign Ministry said that Egypt could also support ground troops.

Saudis do not want an "Iranian-run state" on their southern border, according to a military analyst.

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