The Saudi-led coalition supporting Yemen’s government says it has killed 160 Houthi rebels in air raids south of the strategic city of Marib, where loyalists say rebels have made advances. This, Al Jazeera reports, as the Houthis began a major push to seize Marib province in February and, after a lull, have renewed their offensive in recent weeks. The coalition says that since Monday, more than 700 rebels have been killed in air attacks in the battle for Marib but the rebels rarely comment on reported losses and the toll could not be independently verified.