A Saudi airstrike near Yemen's capital has caused a massive explosion that Yemen's state-run media said killed 25 people and injured 398.
Footage showed the explosion on a mountainside overlooking Sanaa, thought to be the largest in more than three weeks of airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition.
The airstrike on a Scud missile base near Sanaa blew out windows in homes and littered streets in the surrounding neighbourhood with debris.
Damaged buildings were smouldering hours after the blast.
The area on the Faj Attan mountain, near the Hadda district, is home to the presidential palace and many embassies.
The explosion also damaged the headquarters of a television station, Yemen Today, which is owned by ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, knocking its signal off air and wounding several people, employees told Reuters.