Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen

Added On January 19, 2016

At least 25 were killed and many others wounded when a Saudi-led air strike targeted a police headquarters overnight in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Monday.
A hospital official said 25 policemen were confirmed dead. 
The death toll may rise as more dozens of policemen were still under the rubble.
About 30 people, including policemen and residents who live in houses near the police facility in down Sanaa, have been transferred to hospitals.
 "Saudi airstrikes hit the police headquarters which is just a mosque and store of army necessaries. It is a civil facility specialized in calmness and security, not fighting establishment."
Security officials said more than 200 policemen were asleep in the facility's bedrooms when the attack came.
Its heavy concrete roofs are seen almost settled to the ground after the attack.
The Saudi-led coalition started in March 2015 air strikes on Houthis and their allied forces' targets in Sanaa and other cities.