Over 166,976 suspected cases of cholera have been registered in Yemen
Most of the casualties worked in the Mashnaq market in the rebel-controlled Saada province on the Saudi border, an official at a nearby hospital told AFP on condition of anonymity.
Gov't forces captured a number of Houthi positions in Nahm directorate
Over 116,700 suspected cases of cholera have been registered in Yemen since late April
Continued fighting between government, Houthis has frustrated efforts to deal with health crisis
Yemen has fallen into civil war in 2014
The head of the rebel-installed Supreme Political Council, Saleh al-Samad, accused the envoy of bias and said he would no longer be allowed entry to rebel-held areas.
More than 86,400 suspected cases of cholera recorded in war-torn Yemen
Five Arab countries severed diplomatic relations with Doha
More than 65,300 suspected cases of cholera recorded in war-torn Yemen
Some 52,000 suspected cases recorded in war-torn Yemen since April 27, global health agency warns
The clashes came after UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed flew out of the rebel-held capital of Sanaa on Thursday without securing agreement on a ceasefire for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan which begins this weekend.
Cholera has recently killed more than 400 people in Yemen, prompting humanitarian agencies to step up aid deliveries
Houthi fighters allegedly attack convoy of UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed in Yemen
The UN envoy’s convoy reportedly came under fire as he left the Sanaa airport
Envoy arrives in Yemeni capital in hopes of reviving stalled peace talks and concluding Ramadan cease-fire
Sunday's protesters, who flooded Aden from several southern provinces, defended Zoubeidi's council, chanting "Independence is our objective" as they marched.
Yemen's warring parties have agreed at Geneva talks on the need for a ceasefire but the details remain under discussion, a delegate to the discussions said.
Over 17,200 suspected cases of cholera were reported in Yemen
The Huthi-run health ministry said cases of cholera had worsened and that it was "unable to contain this disaster", in a statement carried overnight by the rebels' Saba news agency.