The Saudi-led coalition resumed airstrikes in Sanaa on Tuesday night.
Huge explosions rocked southern and eastern parts that have been repeatedly targeted by the coalition in recent days.
By day, the coalition carried out air raids in several provinces including Saada, the birthplace of the Houthi militants, Taiz where battles have been raging for months, Ibb and others, the Saba news agency reported.
Civilians were killed and injured in the raids in Taiz and Hajjah, it added.
In the past few days, it intensified airstrikes in Sanaa after it declared an end to the two-week fragile ceasefire.
Civilians were killed and injured and tens of houses, public and military facilities were destroyed including the Al-Noor center for the blind in airstrikes in the past two days.
The coalition has been bombing Yemen since March.
On Tuesday, Saba reported that the UN Human Rights Council said it had got reliable reports the coalition used cluster munitions in the province of Hajjah province in the border between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
Yemeni border areas have been lately devastated by artillery shelling by Saudi forces and airstrikes as the Houthi militants are continuing to raid on and fire rockets into Saudi villages, locals said.
International organizations have been calling for investigations into war crimes and violations of international laws by all parties to the conflict in Yemen including through coalition.