Rebel attacks on a hotel used by Yemen's prime minister and military installations in the southern city of Aden Tuesday killed 15 Arab coalition troops and pro-government forces, Emirati media reported.
Rocket attacks by Iran-backed rebels and allied forces "targeted the government headquarters and several military positions (and) left 15 Arab coalition and Yemeni resistance martyrs," WAM news agency said without giving details.
The United Arab Emirates, a key member of the Saudi-led coalition battling Yemeni rebels, has troops deployed in Aden. It has so far lost 63 soldiers in Yemen.
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