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>> At least 12 people have been killed in an airstrike on a building on Friday in the Yemeni capital Sana'a. Six were children, residents said. It comes just two days after warplanes struck a hotel and killed at least 30 people. Both times, residents blamed a Saudi-led Arab coalition that has for two years been fighting Houthi rebels.
They control the capital and north, and aren't known to have air power. The Iran-backed Houthi movement calling the strike a hideous massacre. Witnesses said the planes hit an empty building, but that caused the apartment block next door to collapse on its inhabitants. They live near a military base housing missiles that has been a frequent target of air raids since the war began in 2015.
It has killed about 10,000 people and wrought a humanitarian disaster on Yemen, displacing 2 million people.>> We remind all parties to the->> The UN calling for an impartial investigation into the strike on Friday, and urging all sides to respect humanitarian law.