Yemeni people stand around a crater at the site of a Saudi air strike in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Houthi rebels in Yemen's capital have raided dozens of homes of political opponents and local NGO workers, claiming they are affiliated with ISIS and Al-Qaeda, security officials said Monday.The officials said last week the Houthis detained at least 20 people, one of whom works for the U.N., near the capital's presidential palace.Since then, the city's Al-Radwah hospital has stopped admitting patients due to a severe lack of medical resources, officials at the hospital told the Associated Press, leaving Taiz with only six working hospitals out of 21 .The hospital supported by Save the Children is the main facility for children and pregnant women in the area, and serves an estimated 3 million people, the organization said in a statement.
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