This is the horrifying moment Yemeni rebels fired a ballistic missile towards King Salman's palace before it was intercepted by Saudi air defences.
Dramatic footage captured the moment a weapon was launched towards the kingdom yesterday that is feared could escalate fresh conflict in the region.
Witnesses claimed a blast was heard and clouds of smoke seen above Riyadh following the air strike directed by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement.
The missile was launched on Tuesday by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement towards King Salman's royal palace where a meeting of Saudi leaders was taking place.
There were no reports of casualties or damage.
If you thought for one second that Germans stand a chance on the subway stations when they are being attacked by Muslim migrants, think again!
This is a daily occurrence in most of the major cities around Germany. Muslim migrants can be seen flooding the subway stations and engaging in chants that are both pro-Islam as well is pro-Palestinian.
Police clashed with anti-fascist protesters in Modena on Friday after a demonstration against the arrival of anti-migrant far-right activists turned violent.
Saudi Arabia has intercepted a rocket fired by rebel Houthi fighters in Yemen, who declared a “new chapter” in its confrontation with the kingdom.
The Volcano 2-H ballistic missiles was aimed at the al-Yamma royal palace in Riyadh, but was stopped by Saudi’s air defences.
Reporters heard a blast and saw a plume of smoke rising above the Saudi capital near the palace, where King Salman chairs weekly government meetings and hosts foreign dignitaries.
It was the second time in as many months that a rebel projectile had reached as far inside the kingdom as Riyadh, and while audacious, neither caused any real damage.
In a televised address, rebel leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said the range of missiles in the Houthi arsenal was being extended. "Our long hand will reach other places, God willing," he said.
"As long as you continue to target Sanaa we will strike Riyadh and Abu Dhabi," he said, referring to the seat of government of the United Arab Emirates, a key member of the coalition.
Earlier this month, the Houthis claimed they fired a missile at an under-construction nuclear plant in the Emirates. The UAE denied the claim.
The rebels claimed Saudi palaces, military and oil facilities were all within range of such missiles fired from Yemen.
CBS News has learned of a shocking link between a deadly drug cartel shootout with Mexican police last week and a controversial case in the U.S. The link is one of the grenades used in the violent fight, which killed three policemen and four cartel members and was captured on video by residents in the area.
According to a Justice Department "Significant Incident Report" filed Tuesday and obtained by CBS News, evidence connects one of the grenades to Jean Baptiste Kingery, an alleged firearms trafficker U.S. officials allowed to operate for years without arresting despite significant evidence that he was moving massive amounts of grenade parts and ammunition to Mexico's ruthless drug cartels.
Here is an intense view of what it looks like during the fog of war.
Watch as FSA forces battle both Isis terrorists as well as Syrian and Russian military forces that continue to do bombing runs on areas controlled by the anti-Assad Forces.
The Khan Shaykhun chemical attack took place on 4 April 2017 on the town of Khan Shaykhun in the Idlib Governorate of Syria. The town was reported to have been struck by an airstrike by assad regime forces followed by massive civilian chemical poisoning.
Russia has once again been accused of using weapons that have been banned under the Geneva conventions while orchestrating bombing runs in Syria against opposition forces.
This video is said that contain proof that Russia is still using phosphorus weapons which are banned under the Geneva conventions.
Israeli officers dressed as Palestinians, some with Palestinian flags, infiltrated a demonstration in the West Bank, before opening fire with pistols and throwing smoke grenades at the protesters.
Some 400 Palestinians took part in a rally in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Wednesday, according to Israeli media. AFP news agency reporters, who also managed to film the events, cited lower numbers, saying up to 150 Palestinians were protesting near the Beit El military checkpoint.
The demonstrators were throwing stones at Israeli security forces and burning tires to protest Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. At one point, several men among them, wearing traditional Arabic kufiya scarves and a Palestinian flag wrapped around the head, revealed themselves as Israeli law enforcement.
Having pulled out pistols and thrown smoke grenades, they captured several Palestinian protesters. In a Ruptly video, they can be seen donning balaclavas labeled "Police" as the remaining protesters scatter.
A Palestinian with a fake suicide belt stabbed an Israeli officer in the upper torso. The Palestinian attacker, Mohammed Aqal, was shot and later died. The officer was in moderate condition. The stabber managed to get to the troops from behind after he pretended to be part of a press team nearby. The soldiers shot him in the legs, but when they noticed the suicide belt, they kept shooting him while he was on the ground. He was taken to Palestinian hospital where he passed away. This was part of another Palestinian (Fri)day of Rage, in reaction to Trump recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel last week.
Undercover Israeli police officers infiltrated and broke up a violent Palestinian protest outside Ramallah on Wednesday. Video footage from the scene shows the operatives with their faces covered with masks, keffiyehs and, in one case, a Palestinian flag, worn as a hood. As hundreds of Palestinians threw rocks at IDF troops near the military checkpoint outside Rammallah, the undercover operatives suddenly burst into action, arresting a number of rioters and firing shots into the air, which sent the rest of the rioters running. “During the protest an undercover operation by the Israel Police’s Special Patrol Unit took place, and 3 rioters were arrested and handed over for questioning,” the army said in a tweet.
Video shows a american made chinook transport helicopter lifting a russian made Mi-8 helicopter.
CNN reported on Tuesday that pro-Palestine forces chanted “death to America” and “death to Israel” in response to President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital last week.
Thousands of Hezbollah supporters took to the streets in Lebanon, belting out the violent slogan in call-and-response style.
According to the report, Hezbollah itself organized the march, which many left-wing groups attended. Images of crowds burning Israeli and American flags popped up throughout the report.
Israel has finished raising the height of the electronic “smart” fence along part of the border with Egypt to stop infiltration into the country by migrants, the Defense Ministry reported.
Construction of the original barrier, equipped with information collection centers and warning systems and known as the Hourglass Project, was completed in 2014 at a height of five meters along 242 kilometers, from the Gaza Strip to Eilat on the Red Sea. The government built the fence in the hope that it would stop illegal migration, drug and weapons trafficking and terrorist infiltrations.
Free Syrian army forces landed a direct hit on this Syrian military tank that was dug in behind an embankment over a mile away.
Watch as the tank explodes upon impact. Those inside the tank must have died on impact because they cannot be seen fleeing the tank after the initial explosion.
New York City bomb suspect Akayed Ullah's family says they're heartbroken and saddened by the suffering the attack caused. However, in a statement the family also said they're outraged by alleged law enforcement actions following Ullah's arrest.
New details are emerging about Monday’s terror attack in the New York City subway system during the busy morning commute. The suspect is telling investigators he did it in the name of ISIS, and officials say the bombing could have been much worse. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY from the Port Authority bus terminal.
After the IDF discovered and destroyed yesterday a second attack tunnel from Gaza into Israel, the head of the IDF Southern Command warned Hamas operatives that border-crossing attack tunnels becomes a death trap for them, in a video released Sunday - “Any tunnel that is discovered will be destroyed. We won’t hesitate to act in order to defend our civilians,” said Maj. Gen. Eyal Zamir. Zamir also warned Hamas that such tunnels risk with escalation and are a threat also for the Gaza civilian population. Addressing Hamas operatives, the general added: “I’ve warned the enemy and I’ll warn them again: Anyone who goes into such a tunnel, endangers himself. These terror tunnels are a death trap for you.” The IDF destroyed yesterday the second attack tunnel using an undisclosed new technique that did not include the types of explosives used in the previous one.
Hamas terrorists are known for sending in young men and women to attack Israeli forces as well is murder Israeli citizens on a weekly basis.
Here we have CCTV footage of a group of Palestinian youths being caught by IDF border patrol forces just moments before they hurled Molotov cocktails into a café full of Israeli citizens.
Hundreds of Muslims have gathered in multicultural Malmo, Sweden, chanting anti-Semitic slogans and warning “the Jews should remember that the army of Muhammad will return” following U.S. President Donald Trump’s pledge to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
“We have announced the intifada from Malmö. We want our freedom back, and we will shoot the Jews,” vowed demonstrators at the roughly 200-strong rally, Sveriges Radio reports.
The publicly-funded broadcaster published audio of the event, but a video with crowd-sourced subtitles is doing the rounds on social media.
P4 Malmöhus tried to ascertain who was the behind the rally, but could not pin down any organisers, with several attendees telling reporters they had gathered spontaneously.
The incident follows the firebombing of a synagogue in Gothenburg, another Swedish city, and a man with a Palestinian flag smashing the windows of a kosher restaurant with a club in the Netherlands.
Twenty-one masked men have been seen throwing molotov cocktails at a synagogue in central Gothenburg.
'We are in place with a number of units,' said Peter Nordengard, police chief of the West Western region, told the Expressen newspaper.
Dvir Maoz, the World Bnei Akiva youth movement's emissary in Gothenburg, said the attack happened a little after 10 p.m. while youths from the local Jewish community were attending a party inside the synagogue complex.
He described looking out from inside the synagogue lobby area and from the corner of his eye seeing 'a ball of fire' approaching the building.
'The guards saw it in the security cameras and called police right away. The children were stressed, it was the first time they had ever experienced a terrorist attack near them.'
Nothing like a massive group of liberals and Palestinian supporting Muslims calling for all Jews to be murdered in the streets of New York to prove that both Muslims and liberals have the same ideology when it comes to Israel. Among many other things.
Quotes such as, "Jews, remember Khaybar" can be heard, referring to the Muslim massacre of the Jews of the town of that name in northwestern Arabia in 628 CE.
Watch as a Palestinian terrorist shoves a 6 inch knife into an Israeli man who was standing there doing a little bit of window watching.
First the Palestinian terrorist throws his jacket on the face of another Israeli man, then he plunges the knife into the man standing directly beside him, then flees.
A surge in Palestinian terrorist stabbings has skyrocketed in the past few days after the United States officially recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The so-called ‘March of Shame’ attracted more than 10,000 people on Saturday, Ynet News reported. The protestors on Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard chanted "Shame, shame, shame," "Bibi Netanyahu to Maasiyahu Prison," and "We will not give in until you give up."
Palestinian groups once again called for a “Day of Rage” against Israel in the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem on Friday and urged demonstrators to step up their protests.
The appeal came as Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas warned that failure to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would increase the flames in the region.
Hamas and Islamic Jihad issued separate statements on Thursday calling on Palestinians to take to the streets following Friday prayers “in solidarity with al-Aksa Mosque.”
Hamas called on all Palestinians, especially youths, to “move to save the Aksa Mosque and defend Jerusalem against the Israeli siege imposed on the city.” Friday should be turned into a “special day in the history of the Palestinian struggle to preserve our rights in Jerusalem,” it said. The movement also called on Palestinians to clash with soldiers and settlers in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
The Islamic Jihad organization also urged Palestinians to take to the streets on Friday to voice solidarity with the Aksa Mosque.
The time has come for a “popular revolution” against Israeli measures in Jerusalem, the group’s representative, Muhammad al-Harazeen, said, claiming Israel was seeking to alter the city’s Arab and Islamic identity.
Islamic Jihad leader Khaled al-Batsh said Israel was working toward “evicting” Palestinians from the Aksa Mosque. Batsh praised the recent terrorist attacks in Jerusalem, saying they reflected the outrage of Palestinians toward Israeli measures in the city and on the Temple Mount.
At least two Palestinians are reported to have died during a day of rage in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed the deaths. It said Israeli soldiers fatally shot one man near the Gaza border amid clashes over Washington’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Dozens of Palestinians are said to have been injured in the violence.
As Friday prayers ended, scuffles broke out. Reinforcements were deployed in and around Jerusalem's Old City.
Water cannon were used in some areas, in response to stones thrown by protesters, while thick, black smoke could be seen as tyres were burned and tear gas fired.
US President Donald Trump's decision was a contentious one. Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of the state they seek, but Israel regards Jerusalem as its eternal, indivisible capital.
Protests erupted throughout the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and cities across the Middle East on Thursday in what was dubbed a “day of rage” after President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Trump announced on Wednesday that he would "officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital," sparking worldwide outrage, including from Washington's closest allies in the region. Some Palestinian leaders called for a new intifada, or uprising, in response to the controversial move.
In the wake of his speech, Palestinian factions called for a general strike on Thursday, while the Palestinian Education Ministry canceled classes so students and teachers could participate in the demonstrations.
After successfully obliterating an Islamic Sate convoy, the Syrian Army and Hezbollah reportedly discovered this footage on a bodycam belonging to of an IS member.
3 Explosions So Brutal They'll Never Find The Body Parts
Another day in Paris, another day of riots!
For several months now Parisian citizens have been under constant assault at the hands of Muslim and African migrants who have immigrated to the now dilapidated city and have basically taken over as liberals refuse to allow police to unleash their full power.
Here we have an example of Parisian police being forced back by an unruly mob of African migrants that are attempting to rob a mall of all its goods. These mobs have been orchestrated by liberals such as George Soros who hand out pamphlets detailing just how the migrants can destroy the nation's they enter. The pamphlets even claimed the migrants deserve these goods because of white people's colonization over the last several hundred years.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Donald Trump's plan to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel is a "red line" for Muslims and could see him breaking off diplomatic relations with the country.
Mr Erdogan told parliament his country's response "could go as far as us cutting diplomatic ties with Israel."
He also said he would convene a summit meeting of countries of the Organisation for Islamic Cooperation to oppose any move recognising Jerusalem.
American officials have said Mr Trump may recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital this week as a way to offset his likely decision to delay his campaign promise of moving the US embassy there.
His point-man on the Middle East, son-in-law Jared Kushner, later said the US President hasn't decided yet what steps to take regarding Jerusalem.
Brutal Call of Duty-style footage showing troops in a deadly battle with Islamic State fighters to retake a city has been released by the military.
The Filipino military has made public footage of the devastation wrought by the bloody battles in Marawi, a city in the south of the country.
The vicious conflict lasted for five months; killing more than 1,100 people and displacing half a million.
Video footage released by the government shows bombs and artillery fire reducing the city to ruins.
Buildings were so badly bombed that only the bare, skeletal structures remain and local infrastructure is destroyed.
Violence erupted in the mostly Christian Philippines this year and ISIS-inspired extremists, including members of insurgent group Abu Sayyaf, fought to occupy Marawi.