Sanaa- Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition launched air strikes on Monday against Yemens Shia fighters in the north, centre and south of the country, residents said.
Saudi planes and artillery bombed the Ansarullah groups northern stronghold province of Saada, which borders the Kingdom, and air strikes hit suburbs of the southern port of Aden on the Arabian sea.
An Arab alliance has been bombing the fighters for more than two months in a bid to restore Yemens exiled president Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, currently in exile in Saudi Arabia, to power.
Air strikes pounded military positions aligned with the Ansarullah also known as Houthis in Sanaa on Sunday, and residents reported the sounds of constant explosions and anti-aircraft fire continuing into Monday.
Warplanes dropped bombs on groups of fighters on the outskirts of Aden scene of heavy street fighting between the militiamen and Saudi backed fighters for over two months.
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