From Al Jazeera:

3 children and their grandmother were killed when a Saudi-led coalition airstrike struck their home in a residential area of Sana’a. The airstrike happened around midnight.

There was no military installation near the site of the attack and no reported activity by Houthi fighters, whom the coalition are battling.

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Yemenis stand on the rubble of houses destroyed in a suspected Saudi-led coalition air strike in Sanaa on June 9, 2017. Four civilians, including two teenagers, died ‘in a strike by the coalition that targeted a civilian house behind the presidential palace in the south of the capital’, a medical source said.

According to an activist based in Sana’a, there has been no end to hostilities by the Saudi-led coalition during Ramadan and plans have been flying over the city every night.

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A Yemeni man inspects the destruction inside a house following a suspected Saudi-led coalition air strike in Sanaa on June 9, 2017. Four civilians, including two teenagers, died ‘in a strike by the coalition that targeted a civilian house behind the presidential palace in the south of the capital’, a medical source said.

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Yemenis stand on the rubble of houses destroyed in a suspected Saudi-led coalition air strike in Sanaa on June 9, 2017. Four civilians, including two teenagers, died ‘in a strike by the coalition that targeted a civilian house behind the presidential palace in the south of the capital’, a medical source said.

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