Thousands of people held a rally in Yemen's capital Sanaa on Friday to protest airstrikes and use of banned munitions such as cluster bombs by the Saudi-led coalition.
They chanted slogans denouncing the ongoing bombing campaign against Yemen and silence of the international community toward it.
They also carried placards that read slogans such as "Yemenis have the right to defend sovereignty of their country", and "aggression and war crimes can't force Yemenis to bow".
The Houthi militants seized Sanaa in late 2014 sparking a civil conflict and the Saudi-led bombing campaign later in March.
In recent days just after a two-fragile ceasefire ended, the coalition escalated its raids in the capital Sanaa and several other cities.
More civilians were killed and injured and many properties were destroyed and damaged in the air raids.
At the demonstration, head of the Houthi political bureau, Saleh Al-Sammad, criticized negative positions of the UN and the international community over the war on Yemen and its impacts including war crimes against civilians, human rights abuses and humanitarian catastrophe.
"As the war entered the tenth month, the coalition has just continued to escalate its strikes and use of banned munitions against Yemeni cities and infrastructure," he said.
He also criticized manipulation of peace efforts, saying, "as long as a conscious or a free organization takes a move in response to what has been going here, international organizations rush to call for or sponsor peace talks that in the end turned to be as maneuvers to alleviate embarrassment of the Saudi royals and the US".
Thousands of civilians have been killed since the conflict escalated in Yemen in March.
Most of the civilian casualties have been caused by Saudi-led airstrikes, the UN said.
In addition, international organizations have accused all parties to the conflict of violations of laws of war while calling for investigations into possible war crimes.