How is this different from their previous intentional targeting of civilian infrastructure? Because of the PR consequences of hitting a facility run by a major NGO?Al Jazeera are reporting, as breaking news, that Saudi airstrikes have hit a Yemini hospital in the city of Saada. The hospital is being run by the charity, Doctors Without Borders. The charity claims that the strikes were deliberate because the Saudis were provided with the exact coordinates of the hospital by the charity two weeks ago.
EDIT: Houthis fire off a coastal AShM against a warship. Results are unclear, though they claim a sinking. With both ballistic and AShM capability still intact, I have to say militarily the Saudis are not doing well at all. And it's not like Yemen had particularly many, or particularly modern, AShMs to begin with.