Akhil Reghu of Kayamkulam and Sreejith Sajeevan of Kottayam have never been radicals who support the Houthi rebels in the civil war-hit Yemen.
The United Nations, diplomats and others have been pushing for another potential cease-fire to mark the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, similar to efforts for a truce over the past years.
The decision by the Iran-backed Houthis to skip the summit, called by the Saudi-based Gulf Cooperation Council, immediately called into question the effectiveness of such a gathering.
F1 and governing body FIA confirmed Saturday that “following discussions with all the teams and drivers,” the Grand Prix “will continue as scheduled.”
Brig. Gen. Turki al-Malki, a spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition, said the strikes targeted “sources of threat” to Saudi Arabia.
Satellite photos show the damage on Sunday to the North Jeddah Bulk Plant, which sits just southeast of the city's international airport, a crucial hub for Muslim pilgrims heading to Mecca.
The unusually stark warning marked a departure from the giant oil producer's typically cautious statements, as Saudi officials remain aware that even their smallest comments can swing oil prices.
The attacks did not cause casualties, the Saudi-led military coalition fighting in Yemen said, but damaged civilian vehicles and homes in the area.
The act of "sabotage and terrorism" follows a series of similar attacks on Saudi facilities by Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels, who are fighting a Saudi-led coalition.
After a 12-day ordeal in war-torn and wintry Ukraine, Jithina returned to the safety and warmth of home on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia said a ballistic missile intercepted over Riyadh Tuesday was "Iranian-Huthi", days after Washington accused Tehran of manufacturing a missile fired by the Yemeni rebels.
Saudi Arabia intercepted a Yemeni rebel missile over Riyadh today, state media said, as the rebels said the target was Yamamah palace, the official residence of King Salman.