'We are prepared to respond if necessary to any future missile launches'
King Salman has offered evacuation for medical treatment for civilians wounded in last week’s funeral bombing as international pressure mounts on Saudi Arabia for its involvement in the Yemeni civil war
Last Saturday saw devastating air strikes on a funeral in Sanaa, Yemen, which killed at least 155 people and wounded 500 more. Johnson’s first public response was to issue a tweet
US-launched Tomahawk cruise missiles destroyed three coastal radar sites in Houthi-controlled territory on Yemen's Red Sea Coast early Thursday, officials said, a retaliatory action that followed two incidents this week in which missiles were fired at US Navy ships.
Yemen has been involved in a civil war between Saudi-backed government forces and rebels since 2014
The initial bomb explodes before a second blast erupts in the same area
White House says allegiance to its Middle East ally is ‘not a blank cheque’, while the UK warns it is ‘continually reviewing’ Saudi arms export licences
US says it will 'review' its support after latest attack
Workers in the Saudi desert are not only no longer receiving wages, supplies of food and electricity have also been cut
'Blocking attempts to create an international inquiry is a betrayal of the people of Yemen who have suffered so much during this conflict'
Senators blocked a bipartisan effort to stop the sale of the military equipment, citing concerns about the civilian casualties in ongoing conflict with Yemen
It comes after Mr Johnson refused to block UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia which is leading a bombing campaign in the country
Andrew Tyrie, the Liaison Committee’s Tory chairman, believes the leak is among the most serious and disruptive Westminster has seen
UK firms continue to sell huge amount of arms to the Middle Eastern kingdom
Exclusive: Two-thirds of UK weapons have been sold to Middle Eastern countries since 2010
At least 60 pro-government recruits killed in Aden on Monday