Saudi-led coalition says it has hit Yemen with 130 air strikes over the last two days. Meanwhile, in the northern city of Saada, civilians are struggling to flee strikes targeting Houthi rebels. However, the United Nations has said the air strikes are against international law.
UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, Johannes Van Der Klauuw, said he is deeply concerned by the impact of strikes in Saada. He said many civilians are trapped in the city as they are unable to access transport because of the fuel shortage. The UN also warned that the indiscriminate bombing of populated areas is in breach of international law. It says air strikes have killed at least 1,400 people. More than half of them are civilians. The coalition strikes against the rebels began on 26th March.