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>> A radio station controlled by Houthi rebels says their rival, Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, was killed on Monday. There has been no official confirmation of his death as fighting racks the capital of Sana. His party says he's alive and leading forces clashing against the Houthis in the city.
But the official Houthi TV station has footage of his dead body, the radio says. And social media users in Yemen have circulated unverified images of a corpse that resembles Saleh. Houthi forces blew up Saleh's house in Sana earlier on Monday, residents said. And they came under attack by Saudi led coalition war planes.
In six days at least a 125 people have been killed and nearly doubled that injured, Aid Agency say. Saleh's loyalists losing ground in their urban warfare with the Houthi militia which is backed by Iran.