At least 20 civilians were killed and tens of others injured in airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's province of Sanaa, the Saba news agency reported on Tuesday.
The casualties occurred after the airstrikes hit the resort of Jarif in the district of Bilad Al-Rous, it said, while expecting the death toll to rise.
The coalition carried out heavy airstrikes in several provinces in the past 24 hours killing and injuring civilians as well as damaging and destroying public and private properties, it said.
Around 8.000 people have been killed since the conflict escalated in March following the Arab military intervention.
The UN lately said air raids were to blame for most of the civilian deaths in the conflict in Yemen.
Meanwhile, reports from the province of Taiz said 3 civilians and others injured after Houthi shelling.
Houthi militants fired rockets on populated areas as the government forces continued to fight them on key fronts including the Misrakh within the Sabir Mountain, according to reports.
The Al-Saeed Cultural Center was burned after Houthi rockets hit it today, eyewitnesses said.
Also, pro-government and Houthi fighters were killed in the battles.
On Monday, the provincial medical committee warned a healthcare disaster was imminent amid acute shortages of supplies and lack of oxygen.
All Taiz hospitals have run out of oxygen and they can't get any medical supplies because of ongoing siege by the Houthi militants around the province, it said in a statement.
The militants have lately tightened the blockade on Taiz which they imposed as a war tactic several months ago.
Locals say militants are preventing supplies from entering the city and are confiscating commodities from people at checkpoints.