A man stands by the wreckage of a van hit by an airstrike in Yemen's southern port city of Aden March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Anees Mansour
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A Saudi-led coalition bombarded rebel positions early Wednesday in Yemen's main southern city Aden in a seventh night of raids that also targeted the capital and other areas.In Aden, the strikes were focused on the rebel-held provincial administration complex in Dar Saad in the north of the city, according to a military official. The headquarters of a renegade army brigade loyal to Saleh was targeted overnight in the north of Aden, as well as the city's international airport, the military official said.Militia fighters loyal to President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi have captured 26 Houthis during the fighting in Aden, one of their leaders said.
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