Baku. 11 July. REPORT.AZ/ A new UN-brokered humanitarian ceasefire in Yemen has been broken shortly after coming into force.
Residents say the Saudi-led coalition carried out air strikes in the capital Sanaa. Clashes have also been reported in the south-western city of Taiz.
Report informs citing BBC, the UN Security Council had earlier urged all sides to observe the truce from midnight on Friday (21:00 GMT).
More than 3,000 people have been killed since the coalition began air strikes in March to drive back Houthi rebels.
Aid agencies say a blockade on Yemen has worsened the humanitarian crisis after months of conflict. More than 80% of Yemen's 25 million people now need some form of aid.
Despite the UN-declared ceasefire, fighting resumed in the early hours of Saturday. Witnesses reported the air raids on Sanaa, which is controlled by the Shia Zaidi rebels - or Houthis.
One strike targeted a military camp used by the rebels, the Associated Press news agency reported.