An air raid kills at least 24 civilians at a market in Houthi-held Saada Governorate, Yemen.
At least 24 civilians were killed in an air raid Sunday on a market in northern Yemen, a medical official and witnesses said, blaming the Saudi-led coalition battling Yemeni rebels.
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- A Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a market in Al Hudaydah Governorate, Yemen, kills at least 20 civilians and six Houthi militants.
- Coalition troops take control of the strategic Yemeni port city of Mocha after driving out Houthi forces.
- A Saudi-led coalition spokesman announces they have exchanged prisoners with their Houthi opponents and "welcome a pause in the combat on the border." Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the lull was important to deliver aid and medical supplies to people in northern regions of Yemen. Yesterday, a Houthi delegation was in Saudi Arabia for talks to end the war. Al-Jubeir and his Yemeni counterpart noted formal negotiations to end the fighting can only take place under the auspices of the United Nations.
- 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.
- A suspected Saudi missile strike on a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) clinic in Razih, located in Yemen's northern Saada Governorate, leaves at least five people dead and around a dozen injured.
- An air raid kills at least 24 civilians at a market in rebel-held Saada Governorate, Yemen.
- Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen: An air raid kills at least 24 civilians at a market in Houthi-held Saada Governorate, Yemen.
- An air raid kills at least 24 civilians at a market in Houthi-held Saada Governorate, Yemen.