On Thursday the US State Department is “beyond fed up” with Houthi attacks in Yemen, spokesperson Ned Price told a press briefing, adding that the assaults were exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the country.
A Yemeni government official said Tuesday that Houthi rebels fired two missiles in the latest attack in the government-held city of Marib, killing at least three people, including a child.
The missiles landed in the Rawdha neighborhood in the crowded city, according to Ali Al-Ghulisi, the provincial governor’s press secretary.
At least 10 other people, including two children, were wounded in the attack, Al-Ghulisi said.
The Houthis said they targeted military camps in the city, though they did not provide evidence to support their claim.