The pipeline is operated by the Yemeni government-owned Safer oil company but no oil has been pumped through it for years.
The prospect of Covid-19 hitting Yemen is terrifying considering the already ongoing humanitarian catastrophes in the country.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi rebels have previously launched missiles, rockets and drones on the Saudi capital and other cities.
As the pandemic continues to spread, governments across the Middle East are clamping down on the region's cherished traditions: No more massive weddings and celebrations.
Antonio Guterres calls for an immediate cease-fire around the world including the conflicts in Syria, which is in its tenth year, and in Yemen to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
The years-long conflict coupled with the Saudi-led economic blockade has fuelled famine and disease, affecting children the most.
Britain, which drafted the resolution, and the US and other Western nations supported the inclusion of the experts' findings, but Russia and China objected.
The missiles were fired by the Iran-aligned group, the coalition said in a statement released by the official Saudi Press Agency.
The vehicles hit explosives buried in the road, two government officials said. Muhammad Ali Maqdashi, the minister, remained unhurt.
The rebel group has made granting access to areas under their control contingent on a flurry of conditions that aid agencies reject, in part because it would give the Houthis greater sway over who receives aid, documents and interviews show.
The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels said they downed the Tornado aircraft on Friday over the volatile northern province of Al-Jawf, in a setback for the Riyadh-led military coalition that has always enjoyed air supremacy in the conflict.
The complaint, filed by British law firm Stoke White, says the UAE and its mercenaries were responsible for torture and war crimes against civilians in Yemen in 2015 and 2019.
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