In news from Yemen, U.S.-backed Saudi forces have launched a new series of attacks on the port city of Hodeidah, sparking fears of a humanitarian crisis.
The charity Save the Children has warned disruption to supplies coming through Hodeidah could "cause starvation on an unprecedented scale." The group warns 5 million children are at risk of famine.
Meanwhile, CNN is reporting new evidence confirms U.S.- made bombs have been used in a series of attacks killing Yemeni civilians since the Saudi assault began in 2015. The CNN probe was based on shrapnel found at the scene of multiple bombings. Several of the bombs were manufactured by Raytheon.