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Saudi-led strikes hit defence ministry in Yemen capital

12 November 2017, 02:12 | Terri Saunders

Saudi-led strikes hit defence ministry in Yemen capital

Supplies in Yemen running low

The aim of the attack was the Ministry of defence of the country. "There were two to three strikes on the Ministry of Defense", local journalist Hassain Abukhaiti told RT, confirming that Saudi-led planes are targeting the Yemeni capital.

Aatif, who fled with his family from the neighbourhood, said the strike destroyed his neighbour's house, leaving an enormous crater, and damaged others.

The bloc closed all of Yemen's main air and sea ports on Monday, a move it said was aimed at stopping the flow of arms to Iran-backed Houthi rebels.

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

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The United Nations (UN) said on Friday that the coalition is still blocking desperately needed UN aid deliveries to Yemen despite the re-opening of the Yemeni port of Aden and also a land border crossing.

After an outcry from the United Nations, the coalition on Wednesday reopened Aden, which is controlled by pro-Saudi government forces, and on Thursday opened the land crossing at Wadea on the Saudi-Yemen border.

The United Nations, along with dozens of other aid groups, are raising alarm at the blockade imposed on Yemen by the the US -backed, Saudi-led coalition there, saying Thursday it could lead to "the largest starvation the world has seen for many decades".

The Houthis, drawn mainly from Yemen's Zaidi Shi'ite minority and allied to long-serving former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, control much of the country including the capital San'aa.



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