Children play next to destroyed houses during a vigil marking one year since a Saudi-led airstrike on a residential area in Sanaa, Yemen June 21, 2016. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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Intensified fighting and airstrikes over the past 24 hours in Yemen have left 80 people dead, including 37 civilians, as lengthy peace talks in Kuwait made no headway, officials said.In the largest toll, warplanes from the pro-government Saudi-led coalition killed 34 people, including 19 civilians when they targeted Shiite rebels in the southwestern region of Taiz, a Yemeni military official said. 12 rebels and three loyalist soldiers were killed in clashes in Nahm, northeast of Sanaa, while six other rebels were killed in fighting in Marib, east of the capital, the official said.
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