BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:31 A.M.) – At least 26 people were reportedly killed, according to military officials, after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a marketplace on the outskirts of the Red Sea port of Khokha in Hudaidah on Friday.
Footage reportedly capturing the aftermath of the bombing raid showed bodies among flames left by the airstrike.
Local media reported that Saudi planes continued to fly overhead, preventing medical services from reaching the victims of the bombing. The majority of those killed were reportedly civilians.
The Saudi-led coalition also carried out bombing raids against the Abu Musa military camp in the same region, as well as in the Baqim and Kitaf districts of Saada, and internationally-banned cluster bombs were allegedly used in a bombing raid against Sanaa.