Volunteers carry a youth wounded by a shell in fighting between pro-government militants and Houthi rebels in Taiz.
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The death toll from an alleged airstrike on a Yemeni wedding soared Tuesday to 131, including women and children, as the Saudi-led coalition denied it was behind the incident. U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon condemned Monday's reported bombardment, saying intentional attacks on civilians were considered a "serious violation of international humanitarian law". According to new U.N. figures, 151 civilians were killed, including 26 children and 10 women, in the conflict between Sept. 11 and 24 . A total of 2,355 civilians have been killed in the war since late March, and 4,862 have been wounded, Colville said.Warplanes in July attacked the residences of employees of a power plant in Mokha, killing 65 civilians, while a raid on a dairy plant in Hodeida in April left 35 civilians dead.
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