Saudi-Led Coalition Carries Out Deadly Airstrikes in Yemen, Rebels Say

Saudi-Led Coalition Carries Out Deadly Airstrikes in Yemen, Rebels Say

Saudi-Led Coalition Carries Out Deadly Airstrikes in Yemen, Rebels Say

SANA'a | At least 30 Yemenis, including civilians, were killed Wednesday in air strikes on the yemeni capital Sana'a at the time of the alliance between the ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime and the rebel shiite Houthis is in severe cracks.

The fighter jets targeted a two-story hotel in Qaa al-Qaidhi district, located in the town of Arhab, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of Sanaa, officials said.

Since then, thousands of people have been killed in the conflict, a lot of them civilians.

Local media have blamed the strikes on the Saudi-led military coalition that has been targeting the rebel controlled capital.

The dispute threatens a new, risky aspect of an already vicious war in Yemen that has pitted Houthis alongside supporters of Saleh against loyalists of Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, the president who is backed by a Saudi-led coalition that includes the UAE.

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There was no immediate comment from the coalition. This coalition supports Yemen's internationally-recognized, exiled leader Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi. They also slammed Saudi Arabia's blockade of Yemen that has caused severe food and medicine shortages and led to fast-spreading epidemics.

The war has killed at least 10,000 people and displaced over three million from their homes since February 2014, Al-Jazeera quoted a United Nations report as saying.

Houthis slammed Saleh and in a statement released yesterday, labelling Saleh a " traitor who crossed a red line".

The Houthis suspect Mr. Saleh to negotiate with the coalition behind their backs while the former president is accused of concentrating power in their hands.

Saleh as president had fought successive wars against the Houthis and that could once again become the norm. After he stepped down following a 2011 uprising, Saleh and the Houthis struck an alliance of convenience with a common enemy - Hadi's government and his Islamist allies in the Islah party.

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