Planes from a Saudi Arabia-led Arab coalition patrolled the skies in Yemen during the funerals for 140 people killed in an airstrike.
The coalition is believed to have struck a Houthi funeral gathering in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, over the weekend, injuring more than 500 people.
As the funerals for the dead took place, coalition planes were said to have been seen in the sky, ITV News Correspondent Neil Connery reported.
Just gone 1am and jets from Saudi-led coalition in skies above #Sanaa as explosion rings out across our part of city.
Coalition jets in skies above #Sanaa graveyard as funerals of victims of weekend attack take place this morning.
Britain and the US have called for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire to end the raging conflict in Yemen.
As the funerals of 140 people killed in an airstrike in Yemen was held, the attack was met with international condemnation.
One source told me that the Saudis need to hold a full investigation, they need to hold it soon and it needs to be credible.