CAIRO - Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition struck a residential district of the Yemeni capital Sanaa overnight, killing eight to 10 civilians, residents said on Friday.
The Saba state news agency, controlled by the Houthi movement in charge of Sanaa, put the death toll in the Sawan district at 20 and said more than 50 people had been wounded. It said casualties included woman and children.Warplanes also struck a military airbase near the capital.
Saba said medics rushed to Sawan to try to rescue residents trapped under the rubble of homes.
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