At least 16 civilians were killed and many others as the Saudi-led coalition escalated airstrikes on Yemen on Monday.
The Saba news agency reported that 4 civilians were killed in airstrikes the district of Bani Al-Harith in north of Sanaa, 5 in Saada province and 7 in the town of Makha in Taiz province.
The coalition, which has been bombing Yemen since March, also carried out airstrikes in the capital Sanaa and the provinces of Marib, Jawf and Taiz.
The raids coincided with raging battles between the pro-government and Houthi forces in these provinces.
A statistic by the Yemeni legal center for rights and development has revealed that around 7.411 people including 1.729 children have been killed and 13.846 others including 1.492 children injured in the nine-months conflict in Yemen.
Some 506 schools, 229 medical facilities, 319.957 houses and 450 roads and bridges have been destroyed and damaged in airstrikes and ground fighting across the country, it said.
Some of the schools are hosted by internally displaced persons, it said, pointing out that more than 3.000 schools have been shut down forcing around 2 million children to drop out.
In addition, 10 ports, 14 airports and a lot of infrastructure have been affected and shut down in the longest war in Yemen's modern history.