A suspected Saudi-led coalition air strike has killed at least 26 people in rebel-held northern Yemen, medics and local officials say.
Warplanes are reported to have bombed a hotel and a busy market in the Sahar district of Saada province.
Rebel-controlled media said the area was crowded with civilians at the time.
There was no immediate comment from the coalition, which has backed Yemen’s government in a two-and-a-half year war with the Houthi movement.
The coalition has denied intentionally targeting civilians or infrastructure, but human rights groups say it has bombed schools, hospitals, markets and residential areas.
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