Saudi-led strike kills 29 at Yemen market

Saudi-led strike kills 29 at Yemen market

Saudi-led strike kills 29 at Yemen market

At least 26 people, including children, were killed in Yemen's northern Saada province when a suspected air strike by the military coalition led by Saudi Arabia hit a hotel and a neighboring market.

The victims were Khat sellers, workers and shops' owners who used to rest in the hotel which is located at the heart of the market, the official said by phone on condition of anonymity. Saada province is the main stronghold of Houthi rebels and it lies on the border with Saudi Arabia.

Yemen has been since March 2015 under a brutal aggression by Saudi-led coalition, in a bid to restore power to fugitive former president Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.

The health service said 29 people were killed and 17 others wounded, while the Huthi-run Saba news agency gave a lower toll of 21 dead, all of them civilians.

The Houthi group denies those charges and says it is launching a patriotic resistance against outside aggressors in thrall to the West.

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Last month, the United Nations added the coalition to its annual list of shame for killing hundreds of children in Yemen previous year.

The conflict has also left 20.7 million Yemeni civilians in need of humanitarian assistance, created the world's largest food security emergency, and led to a cholera outbreak that is believed to have affected 884,000 people and caused 2,184 deaths.

More than 10,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the war with over 3 million others displaced, according to United Nations agencies.

Saudi Arabia's top diplomat had accused Tehran of smuggling arms to the Houthis and to their allies.

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