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>> The cracks in Yemen's patchy ceasefire on show, shrapnel holes and rockets lodged in the ground across the border in Saudi Arabia. A three-day truce expired over the weekend despite UN efforts to extend it, both sides accusing the other of repeated violations. Saudi forces taking journalists to see the damage of cross border fighting Reuters' correspondent Katie Paul was among them.
>> The commander has told us that the Houthis have shot in rockets, missiles and attempted to infiltrate the border. The Houthi say that Saudi forces have also committed violations of the ceasefire, including conducting airstrikes inside Yemen.>> There was hope the truce would pave the way for peace talks, but ground fighting raged largely unabated.
And bombs fell on Sana'a just hours after the ceasefires end. The UN still hopes to revive it. Its envoy to Yemen flying into the country Sunday.>>
The 19 month old war was sparked after Houthi rebels seized control of the capital. In response, Saudi Arabia launched an air campaign to try to restore the government.
Since then, some 10,000 people have been killed.