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US hits Huthi missile, White House spokesman says


"If we see an opportunity to prevent a missile from getting launched, we'll take it out," US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says after American forces destroyed a missile belonging to Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels. SOUNDBITE

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