Drone falls on school in Saudi Aseer province, no injuries - state media


CAIRO (Reuters) - A drone rigged with explosives fell on a school in Saudi Arabia's Aseer province on Sunday, Saudi state TV and state news agency (SPA) said, adding no injuries were reported.

The agency said civil defence authorities had received a report that a projectile launched from Yemen by the Houthi movement had fallen on a school in Aseer. The projectile turned out to be a drone, the agency reported, citing the Aseer civil defence directorate.

(Reporting by Nayera Abdallah and Omar Fahmy, Editing by William Maclean)

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