The Houthis launch ballistic missiles and drones against Saudi Arabia, including its capital Riyadh. Saudi-led coalition spokesman Turki al-Maliki says that Saudi forces "managed to intercept and destroy" the missiles and drones. The military says that they destroyed "eight booby-trapped unmanned aircraft [used by the Houthis] to target civilian objects and civilians in the kingdom".
The White House confirms that Ibrahim al-Asiri, suspected chief bomb maker for terrorist group Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, was killed in an American counter-terrorism operation in Yemen in 2017.
Yemen-based Houthi forces launch drone strikes on Jizan Regional Airport and Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia. A Saudi Arabian-led coalition spokesperson says a Houthi drone has been shot down near the Saudi city of Abha.
At least 43 people, mostly children, are killed in an airstrike on a bus at a market in Dahyan, Sa'da, by the Saudi-led coalition, while more than 60 are injured. The coalition calls the strike a "legitimate military action" against the Houthis, accusing them of using children as human shields.
Houthi militants backed by Yemeni troops reportedly seize control of al-Rabu’ah, a town in Saudi Arabia's southwestern Asir region near the Yemeni border, forcing Saudi forces to pull out of the area.