Radio Free Europe:
A military coalition led by Saudi Arabia is accusing Iran of supplying Yemen's Huthi rebels with the ballistic missiles used to attack Riyadh over the weekend and said it is weighing an "appropriate" response.
Displaying wreckage of what Saudi forces said were the missiles used, a coalition spokesman said at a news conference in Riyadh on March 26 that forensic analysis showed the missiles were supplied to the Shi'ite Huthi rebels by their ally Iran.
"The missiles launched against Saudi territory were smuggled from Iran," spokesman Turki al-Malki said, who added that the missiles targeted not only Riyadh but the Saudi cities of Najran, Jizan, and Khamis Mushait.
We "reserve the right to respond against Iran at the right time and right place," Malki said, adding that the response would be "appropriate" as needed to protect the kingdom under international law.