An airport official walks past the wreckage of a military transport aircraft destroyed by Saudi-led airstrikes, at the Sanaa International airport, in Yemen, Tuesday, May 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Saudi-led bombing of Yemen's airports is obstructing aid deliveries aimed at easing a "catastrophic" humanitarian situation in the impoverished country, international relief agencies have warned.U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Yemen Johannes van der Klaauw also urged the Saudi-led coalition that has been pounding Iran-backed rebels in Yemen since March 26 to spare vital aid entry points.The appeals came as a Yemenia passenger plane was damaged by overnight coalition air strikes on Sanaa airport, officials at the rebel-controlled facility said.Early Tuesday, coalition warplanes struck several rebels positions in the main southern city of Aden, including targets around the international airport, residents said.
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