State Dept says the US is horrified by Houthi attacks in Yemen

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.