Yemenis rallied to show support for the Houthi rebels on the 4th anniversary of a war

An air strike killed seven people at a charity-supported hospital on Tuesday as Yemenis rallied to show support for the Houthi movement on the fourth anniversary of a war that has killed thousands and pushed the country to the brink of starvation.

In the capital Sanaa, men, women and children marched waving the red, white and black national colours, and chanted slogans against Saudi Arabia, which leads a military coalition against the Houthis, and the United States which backs it.

They also blamed U.S. ally Israel for destroying the country.

Massive speakers played "America and Israel, death and mutilation to you" and "five or fifty years, we will face the criminal coalition".

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