People look at a car destroyed by Saudi-led airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday, May 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Saudi-led airstrikes killed at least 80 people near Yemen's border with Saudi Arabia and in the capital Sanaa Wednesday, residents said, the deadliest day of bombing in over two months of war in Yemen.Wednesday's air raids on the Bakeel al-Meer area in Al-Hajjah province across Saudi Arabia's border with Yemen killed at least 40 people, most of them civilians, local inhabitants said.Arab warplanes and ships also hammered Yemen's largest military port in the Red Sea city of Hudaida at dawn Wednesday, a local official said, the most serious attack on the country's navy in over two months of war.In a new report Wednesday, World Health Organization chief Margaret Chan said that Yemen's conflict has killed up to 2,000 people and wounded 8,000, including hundreds of women and children.Recent U.N. estimates have said that at least 1,037 civilians, including 130 women and 234 children, have been killed in the fighting.
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