Airstrikes kill scores at Yemen wedding

Up to 50 killed in Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen wedding – local health officials

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At least 33 civilians were killed and 55 others were injured in the airstrikes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted on Sunday in the Bani Qais district in Hajjah province of Yemen, local media reported Monday.

Two missiles hit the celebration in the town of Hajja, several minutes apart, eyewitnesses and officials told CNN.

Yemen's Houthi officials say the strikes first hit the men's gathering of the wedding before hitting the women's section nearby.

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The Saudi-led coalition was waging a war on Yemen's Shiite rebels referred to as Houthis, who control much of their north, to reestablish the globally accepted government to energy.

"We take this report very seriously and it will be fully investigated as all reports of this nature are".

"Launching ballistic missiles at densely populated civilian areas is a direct breach of the principles of the worldwide humanitarian law", the official spokesman of the Saudi-led Alliance Colonel Turki Al-Malkisaid.

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The groom is said by Hospital chief Mohammed al-Sawmali and 4-5 of these injured were attracted to the regional al-Jomhouri healthcare facility.

Saleh al-Samad was probably the most senior Houthi official to be killed by the coalition because it intervened in Yemen's civil struggle in 2015 to try to push again the Houthis after they drove the internationally-recognised authorities into exile in Riyadh.

The Yemen war has killed more than 10,000 people, displaced more than 2 million and driven the country to the verge of starvation, according to the United Nations. Indiscriminate shelling and sniper fire by Houthi rebels in heavily populated areas accounted for most of the remaining dead and wounded, a United Nations statement added.

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