SANAA, Yemen,At least 35 people were killed, when Saudi-led coalition war planes hit a hotel, north of the capital Sanaa, yesterday morning, a security official and medics said.
The hotel locates in Bait al-Edhari area of Arhab district north of Sanaa, said the official. Medics and rescuers said, they have pulled 35 bodies from underneath of rubble, as search for possible survivors is still ongoing.
The dead were all men, said the medics.
This is the latest of a series of air strikes hitting Yemeni civilians, since the civil war began in Mar, 2015.
Earlier this month, nine civilians from two families were killed in air strikes by Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's northern province of Saada, according to local residents and officials.
Last month, the coalition fighter jets hit a camp of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Mawza district, in the southern province of Taiz, killing a total of 20 people, mostly women and children.
The United Nations refugee agency strongly condemned the July 18 aerial attacks on the IDP's camp and said that it is "deeply shocked and saddened."
It said, the victims were reported to have been displaced to Mawza from nearby Al Mokha district, which is also experiencing intensified hostilities.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK