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Yemen anger grows as death toll from Houthi blast climbs to 13 

AL-MUKALLA: Hundreds of Houthi troops were sent to the Yemeni town of Radaa on Wednesday amid rising anger at the death toll from a militia attack on a residential area the previous day.

The Houthis on Tuesday blew up a home in Radaa, in the central province of Al-Bayda, killing nine members of a single family, and destroying at least four mud buildings nearby.

Four other people are said to have died when a Houthi rocket struck their home during a clash with residents trying to stop the militia from destroying their properties.

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AL-MUKALLA: Hundreds of Houthi troops were sent to the Yemeni town of Radaa on Wednesday amid rising anger at the death toll from a militia attack on a residential area the previous day.

The Houthis on Tuesday blew up a home in Radaa, in the central province of Al-Bayda, killing nine members of a single family, and destroying at least four mud buildings nearby.

Four other people are said to have died when a Houthi rocket struck their home during a clash with residents trying to stop the militia from destroying their properties.

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