On Monday, airstrikes from a Saudi-led coalition of Sunni Arab countries rattled Sanaa, Yemen's capital, shattering windows and leaving a layer of dust across the city as the fighter jets attacked the mountainous area near Fag Atan, apparently trying to destroy stocks of Scud missiles buried underground. The Shiite Houthi fighters who control Sanaa responded with anti-aircraft fire, and the Houthi TV station al-Masirah reported that the Saudi strikes killed 10 people, including a TV newscaster from another network.
The Houthi militias and rival factions loyal to internationally recognized President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi are still battling over the southern port city of Aden. On Sunday, Houthi leader Abdul-Malek al-Houthi said on TV that "the great Yemeni people will never surrender and never be subjugated." Watch some of the destruction in the Reuters video below. —Peter Weber
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