A Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a market in Al Hudaydah Governorate, Yemen, kills at least 20 civilians and six Houthi militants.
- AFP via ''Daily Mail
- Coalition troops take control of the strategic Yemeni port city of Mocha after driving out Houthi forces.
- The United Arab Emirates pulls its troops out of Yemen amid mounting casualties among its forces battling Shia Houthi militants and rising tensions with local fighters in Aden, southern Yemen, which escalated yesterday when Aden International Airport was stormed by local pro-government gunmen. The airport has now been closed.
- An air raid kills at least 24 civilians at a market in Houthi-held Saada Governorate, Yemen.
- A Houthi missile attack on a Yemeni military camp near the port city of Mocha kills Major General Ahmed Saif al-Yafei, Yemen's deputy chief of staff, and several others.
- An air raid on a funeral in a village north of Sana'a kills at least eight women and children. The Houthis blames the Saudi-led coalition for the attack.
- The United States is to limit military support to Saudi Arabia's military intervention in Yemen amid concerns over rising civilian casualties.
- The Saudi-led coalition announces a 48 hour ceasefire in Yemen from noon.
- Saudi Arabian-led air raids on the Yemeni capital Sana'a resume after a truce ends.
- Airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition kill at least 10 in Yemen.
- Clashes and air strikes are reported in Yemen despite a fragile truce between the government and Houthis taking effect. However, the truce appears to be largely holding as members from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement are granted unhindered access to give humanitarian aid and personnel across the country.