Saudi-led air raids on rebels in Yemen killed at least 31 people Tuesday, officials said, as the coalition intensified its attacks in the wake of a deadly missile strike.
At least 10 people were killed in Sanaa, where coalition warplanes targeted the police academy and the headquarters of the security services, both in the heart of the rebel-controlled capital, witnesses said.
And at least another 21 were killed in a wave of airstrikes in the evening in Bayhan, a town south of Marea where 60 coalition soldiers died in the missile attack by the Houthi rebels Friday.
In western Yemen, local residents and fishermen said planes from the Saudi-led alliance struck two boats at Al-Khokha, a small port near Hodeidah used by Indians to smuggle badly needed fuel supplies into the country, killing 20 of them.
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