News agencies are reporting at least two drone strikes at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Airport, with at least three Bangladeshis among the injured.

The country has a large number of Bangladeshi migrant workers, many of whom are employed at various airports.

The first drone strike at the airport in the southern Saudi city of Zayan took place late Friday night, Reuters news agency quoted the Saudi-led military alliance as saying. The next attack took place on Saturday morning.

A spokesman for the coalition quoted state media in Saudi Arabia as saying that three Bangladeshis, six Saudis and a Sudanese had been injured in the first attack.

The front window of the airport was broken, the spokesman said.

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