People gather to look at houses destroyed by Saudi airstrikes in the old city of Sanaa, Yemen, Friday, June 12, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Nine people were killed when Saudi-led coalition warplanes bombed a district in the Yemeni capital Sanaa inhabited by relatives of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, residents and medics said.The air raid, which also wounded at least 60 people, came ahead of planned U.N.-sponsored talks in Geneva aimed at ending Yemen's conflict that has drawn in regional powers, including the world's top oil exporter Saudi Arabia. UNICEF said on Thursday that 80 percent of Yemen's population -- over 20 million people -- now needed humanitarian assistance after more than two months of airstrikes and heavy factional fighting.On Friday, six people were killed and a part of Sanaa's historic Old City, a world heritage site, was destroyed in an air raid.
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