Coalition says will investigate reports, after medics and residents say raid killed dozens in Houthi-held port city.
At least 26 civilians have been killed and 60 wounded in an Arab coalition air strike that hit the rebel-held port city of Hodeidah in western Yemen, according to medics and residents, and the alliance said it was looking into the report.
Medical workers and a resident told Reuters news agency that missiles on Wednesday night hit a residential area where rebel leaders were staying. The raid hit a house in a neighbourhood populated by workers, medical services and local officials said.
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