ADEN, Yemen- Saudi-led coalition, carried out 10 air strikes against positions controlled by the Shiite Houthi group, in Yemen's capital, Sanaa on Sunday, residents, said.
According to residents based in the Houthi-controlled capital Sanaa, "a series of air strikes by Saudi-led war planes hit military sites, manned by Houthis in different areas of the city, causing loud explosions."
The Saudi-led war planes continued swooping low and hovering over Sanaa airspace for hours, creating panic among students in schools, residents said.
Houthi-run media outlets confirmed that several Saudi-led air strikes pounded Sanaa, leading to broadcasting interruption of local radio station, after its aerials were targeted.
Meanwhile, large protests were organised in Sanaa, against Houthi authorities, as a result of skyrocketing prices of basic commodities and extreme shortage of gas.
"Cooking gas is unavailable in Sanaa and people stand in long queues for days, not knowing when it'll arrive," one of the protesters said.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK