Saudi-led coalition strikes destroyed Houthi political offices in Sanaa, tearing through an outer wall, exposing the charred interior. Deborah Gembara reports.
The aftermath of an air strike targeting this office used by Houthi rebels in Sanaa. The attack, by Saudi-led coalition forces laid bare one side of the complex, charring the interior. Houthis, who are Shi'ite and aligned with Iran say they are rebelling against a corrupt government, while local fighters say they are defending their homes from a Houthi invasion. Sunni Saudi Arabia says it is bombing the rebels to protect the Yemeni state. More than 3,000 people have been killed since since the coalition launched an offensive in March.