A man tries to put out the fire in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 20, 2015. At least 60 people were killed and 49 others wounded in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Monday morning in one of the fiercest air raids by Saudi-led coalition forces that began more than three weeks ago. (Xinhua/Hani Ali)
A man tries to put out the fire in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 20, 2015. At least 60 people were killed and 49 others wounded in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Monday morning in one of the fiercest air raids by Saudi-led coalition forces that began more than three weeks ago. (Xinhua/Hani Ali)

SANAA — The Saudi-led coalition forces bombed Houthi targets in several provinces in Yemen on Sunday, killing at least 15 people, despite a U.N.-brokered truce, sources said.

A man tries to put out the fire in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 20, 2015. At least 60 people were killed and 49 others wounded in Yemen's capital of Sanaa on Monday morning in one of the fiercest air raids by Saudi-led coalition forces that began more than three weeks ago. (Xinhua/Hani Ali)
A man tries to put out the fire in Sanaa, Yemen, on April 20, 2015. At least 60 people were killed and 49 others wounded in Yemen’s capital of Sanaa on Monday morning in one of the fiercest air raids by Saudi-led coalition forces that began more than three weeks ago. (Xinhua/Hani Ali)

The fresh airstrikes against Houthi fighters in the capital Sanaa killed at least 12 people Sunday dawn, medics told Xinhua, as several others were receiving treatment in hospital.
(Yemen-Saudi-Strikes)
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TEHRAN — The United States should seize the opportunity for a nuclear deal with Iran, otherwise Iran is ready to expand its nuclear program, Iranian Students’ News Agency quoted an Iranian official as saying on Sunday.
“The United States can not threaten Iran with military attacks or increase sanctions against Tehran, and they have no choice but negotiations,” said Mohsen Rezaei, the secretary of Iran’s Expediency Discernment Council and the former commander of Iran’s Revolution Guards Corps. (Iran-Nuclear Deal-U.S.)
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SANAA — Fighting rages in Yemen after a United Nations-brokered humanitarian truce came into effect early Saturday as the warring parties were accused of breaching the ceasefire, officials and witnesses said.
Warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition forces struck several military targets in Yemen’s capital Sanaa and other major cities early on Saturday, two hours after the truce came into effect, while the Shiite Houthi group fired mortar shells against pro-government fighters in Mansoura neighborhood in the southern port city of Aden, witnesses told Xinhua. (Yemen-Truce)
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BAGHDAD — Iraqi security forces and U.S.-led coalition air strikes fought back attacks by Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk, leaving 30 militants, while eight soldiers were killed in the western province of Anbar, security sources said on Sunday. (Iraq-Attacks)
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JERUSALEM — A Palestinian from east Jerusalem was sentenced to 25 years in prison for attempting to run over five Israelis four months ago, according to court protocols provided by the court authority spokesperson.
Mohammad Sleima, 25, from the east Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Ras al-Amud, drove his car into a group of Israeli border police women as they were crossing the street, injuring five of them. The Israeli border police women’s injuries range from light to moderate. (Israel-Palestine-Prisoner) Enditem

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