Officials and witnesses say majority of those killed in strike by Saudi-led coalition on outskirts of Sana’a were Houthi rebels

Dozens of people are feared killed in an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition on a small hotel north of the Yemeni capital, the latest mass casualty event in a war that is now in its third year.

News agencies quoted local officials and aid groups as saying at least 35 bodies had been pulled from the rubble of the hotel in Arhab, on the northern outskirts of Sana’a. It was unclear whether they were members of the Houthi rebel forces fighting against the Saudi-backed government, or civilians.

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