A family of 11 members were killed in an overnight airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's province of Jawf, the Saba news agency reported on Tuesday.
The coalition targeted the house of sheikh Saleh Radman in the district of Al-Matamah killing all the family including three women and two kids, it said.
Others were injured and rescuers are continuing to recover bodies from under the debris, it added.
On Monday, a judge, his wife, daughter-in-law and three grandsons were killed after the coalition struck their house in the capital city of Sanaa.
Judge Rabida was presiding over a trial for president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi and aides.
The Houthi group, which ousted Hadi and the cabinet in late 2014, is trying them on high treason.
Last night, the coalition intensified air raids on the capital and other cities.
The authorities have not reported casualties or damages yet.
The UN has lately blamed airstrikes for most of the civilian casualties from the ten-month conflict in Yemen.
The air raids have also destroyed most of the country's infrastructures, according to reports by the authorities in Sanaa.
Meanwhile, locals said the battles between the government and Houthi forces resumed in Taiz, Dhali, Jawf and Baidha this morning.