Medical officials in Yemen said airstrikes on a fishing port and fish market in the rebel-held port city of Hodeidah killed nearly 30 people and injured 70.
Officials said the Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen’s Shia rebels conducted the strikes, but the coalition has denied carrying out any attacks in the city.
The airstrikes took place close to the city’s main public hospital, al-Thawra, and near a popular fish market, the officials said. The wounded, mostly civilians, were hospitalised.
Rebel-run Al Masirah TV reported the airstrikes had killed 52 people and left more than 100 wounded. Read more