Latest airstrike on Yemen leaves more than 60 dead
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More than 66 people have been killed in air strikes and heavy clashes between rebel and pro-government forces in Yemen.
The air raids of a Saudi-led coalition and fighting near the strategic Bab al-Mandab strait has around 52 fighters among Shiite Huthi rebels and allied troops loyal to ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, whereas fourteen members of pro-government forces were also killed.
Fourteen soldiers were killed and 22 wounded on the pro-government side.
Its been several days now that the coalition warplanes and Apache attack helicopters have been pounding rebels.
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