Sandra Brown 11/12/2020
The Hague fired on the Saudi Arabian embassy
In the early morning of November 12, unknown assailants fired at the building of the Saudi Arabian embassy in The Hague (Netherlands).
Reported by NOS.
The police found that the criminals fired at least 20 shots at the windows and facade of the building.
Nobody was hurt as a result of the incident. Law enforcement officers arrived at the crime scene at about 5:30 am and are now investigating.
The reasons for the attack are unknown.
As previously reported, an explosion thundered in a crowd of diplomats in Saudi Arabia. Officials from the consulates of France, Greece, Italy, Great Britain, and the United States attended the scene of the attack.
We also wrote that last month a wave of anti-French protests swept across the Islamic world, caused by the sharp reaction of President Emmanuel Macron to the terrorist attack carried out by a Muslim in Nice.
TAGS: SAUDI ARABIA, NETHERLANDS