Saudi-led Arab coalition jets heavily hit Houthi terrorists in Sana'a city, the Associated Press reported.
This came after the killing of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh by Iran-backed Houthi terrorists who control the city.
At least 25 airstrikes hit the city over the past 24 hours.
Saleh's body, which had appeared in a video by the Houthis with a gaping head wound, was taken to a Houthi-controlled hospital.
A Houthi leader, speaking at a rally in Sana'a, said Saleh's wounded sons had been hospitalized, without providing further details.
Saleh's son Salah said on Facebook Tuesday that he won't receive condolences for his father's death until "after avenging the blood" of the former leader. Salah also urged his father's followers to fight their former allies, the Shiite terrorists known as Houthis.
Since March 2015, a Saudi-led military coalition has been fighting the Houthi terrorists in the Arab peninsula state of Yemen.
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