People gather at the site of a car bomb attack in Yemen's southern port city of Aden January 5, 2016. REUTERS/Nasser Awad
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The U.N. Security Council Tuesday urged the warring parties in Yemen to resume a cease-fire and participate in a new round of talks in mid-January.Large airstrikes targeted military positions linked to the Houthis in the capital Sanaa, the port city of Hudaida and the disputed southwestern city of Taiz.Residents reported that the air raids hit a care center for the blind and Yemen's Chamber of Commerce headquarters, in which there were no casualties. Houthi fighters launched Katyusha rockets at the city of Marib, residents said, their first attack on the area since Gulf Arab troops and armed loyalists of President Abed Rabbou Mansour Hadi seized it from the group over the summer. Local medics in Al-Hajjah reported that around 20 Houthi fighters were killed in the clashes.
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