Yemen conflict: Clashes cause concern for ceasefire
A fragile truce in Yemen is showing signs of strain just a day after it went into effect as the Saudi-backed government has accused Houthi rebels of violations in the besieged city of Taiz.
There are also reports of sporadic exchanges of gunfire elsewhere in the country.
The UN-brokered "cessation of hostilities" is supposed to set the scene for peace talks in Kuwait next week.
Richard Galpin has more.
11 Apr 2016
- From the section Middle East