Saudi-led coalition launches air strikes throughout Yemen, residents say

By REUTERS
April 23, 2015 16:17

 
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ADEN - A Saudi-led coalition bombed Houthi rebel positions and military bases in at least 20 air strikes throughout Yemen on Thursday, residents said.

The raids, which targeted the Iran-allied rebels in Yemen's south and center as well as army units loyal to the group in the western Red Sea city of Hodaida, come two days after the alliance said it was winding down its military campaign. 

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