Hundreds of civilians were killed and thousands displaced in Yemen over the past month, and conflict continues to escalate, while aid is coming short.
The friendly fire incident follows an escalation in fighting between the Houthis and Yemeni government forces around the central city of Marib.
The Houthi movement said earlier this month that the capital's airport had been put out of operation after air strikes carried out by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen.
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Families on reduced aid will receive barely half of the World Food Programme's daily minimum ratio but the five million people at immediate risk of slipping into famine will keep the full ratio.
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The visit will help lay the groundwork for further joint economic and strategic agreements between the two countries.
Riyadh-led military alliance says its air strikes hit "legitimate" Houthi military sites in densely populated capital.
The Houthis have detained Yemeni staff in the US compound in a daring attack, which might be a message to Washington that they are in charge in the capital.
The capture of the strategic oil-rich city of Marib would aid the Houthis' expansion to other provinces, marking a major blow to the coalition.
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