International Committee of the Red Cross workers unload a cargo plane carrying humanitarian relief supplies for civilians affected by a Saudi-led airstrike campaign, at the airport in Sanaa, Yemen, Saturday, April 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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The Red Cross on Saturday delivered a second planeload of aid to war-battered Yemen in as many days, as the Saudi-led coalition stepped up air raids on allies of the rebels.Coalition warplanes on Saturday launched at least 11 raids around Sanhane, hometown of Saleh southwest of Sanaa, and a camp of special forces loyal to the ex-strongman, witnesses said.The strikes came after fierce clashes in south Yemen killed at least 25 people overnight, and air raids against Houthi positions in Aden, Yemen's second city. Street fighting that broke out late Friday and continued overnight in Aden between the Houthis and Hadi loyalists killed at least 25 people, including three civilians, said a health official in the city.Elsewhere, Sunni tribesmen who support Hadi ambushed and killed 18 rebels on the road between Taez to Lahj as they headed for Aden, military sources said.
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