A Saudi-led air strike targeted a police headquarters overnight in Yemen’s capital Sanaa on Monday.
According to a hospital official, at least 25 policemen were confirmed dead while the others, including civilians, were receiving treatment.
The targeted two-floor building were badly damaged. Its heavy concrete roofs are seen almost settled to the ground.
Security officials said more than 200 policemen were asleep in the facility’s bedrooms when the attack came.
The Saudi-led coalition started in March 2015 air strikes on Houthis and their allied forces’ targets in Sanaa and other cities to restore President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s rule.