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Jan 20, 2019
11:54AM

Saudi-led coalition launches airstrikes in Yemen capital Sanaa

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In Yemen, the Saudi-led coalition launched a series of airstrikes against targets in capital Sanaa. There is no information on casualties yet.

The airstrikes late Saturday night were the first by the coalition in Sanaa since a truce deal reached last month between the government backed by the coalition and Shiite rebels.’

The deal provided for a cease-fire and a withdrawal of rival forces from the contested port city of Hodeida and an exchange of prisoners, but the implementation of both has run into difficulties.

Earlier this month, an explosives-laden drone launched by the rebels targeted a military parade near the government-held city of Aden, killing at least six people, including the commander of military intelligence.

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