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Civilians wounded in Saudi-led strikes on Yemen capital

11 November 2017

The coalition stepped up air campaign following the Yemeni rebel Houthi ballistic missile earlier last week that fell and exploded in King Khalid Airport north of Saudi capital Riyadh.

The alleged air strike comes nearly a week after Saudi Arabia intercepted a missile launched by the Houthis, prompting the Saudi-led coalition to call the attack an "act of war" and hold Tehran responsible for arming the Yemeni rebels, a claim repeatedly denied by the Islamic Republic. Local witnesses said that at least 10 people have been injured and several buildings were severely damaged in the vicinity of the compound housing the Houthi military headquarters.

'Everyone was afraid. Minutes later, another strike hit my neighbour's house.

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The strikes hit houses of the citizens in al-Ordhay area in the city, which is a densely populated area.

Witnesses said the number of casualties may rise as wounded are pulled from the rubble.

The coalition has yet defeated the Yemeni rebels despite thousands of Saudi-led airstrikes against Houthis.

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The conflict has left more than 8,650 people dead, including many civilians.

Civilians wounded in Saudi-led strikes on Yemen capital