SANAA: Eleven people were killed in another air raid on a family house in the northern province of al-Jawf, bordering Saudi Arabia, tribal sources said.
Loyalist forces, back by Gulf Arab planes, weapons and training, have been on the offensive since breaking out off the southern port of Aden last month, claiming a string of gains against the Houthis.
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi fled Aden, where he had sought refuge, for Riyadh in March. Arab countries led by Sunni Muslim power Saudi Arabia intervened in the conflict to push back what they see as spreading Iranian influence in their backyard.
In Hodaida, which the Houthis captured in October, residents said Saudi-led warplanes attacked military installations and killed 13 people.
The United Nations is working to clinch a political deal to end the fighting to avoid a final showdown and to guard against a political vacuum in the country, which is home to active branches of Al Qaeda and Islamic State.