Saudi-led Air Strikes Hit Yemen's Aden After Truce Expires

Residents said air strikes by Saudi-led forces hit Houthi rebel positions in and around the southern Yemeni city of Aden overnight affter a five-day humanitarian truce expired on Sunday night. Bombings struck the rebel-held presidential palace in the downtown area, groups of militiamen on the western and eastern approaches to the city as well as the international airport, which is disputed between the Houthis and local fighters. The United Nations has called for an extension of the truce to allow humanitarian supplies to be delivered in sufficient quantities.