Suspected airstrikes by a Saudi Arabia-led coalition have hit a wedding in war-torn Yemen, according to witnesses and officials, killing at least 15 people and wounding at least 25 others.

The attacks hit a home late Wednesday in the Sanban region of Dhamar province, which is held by Shi’ite Houthi rebels being targeted by the months-long coalition bombing campaign.

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The Riyadh-based alliance had no immediate comment on the incident.

The coalition has been repeatedly accused of carrying out deadly attacks in Yemen. The U.N. says as many as 1,100 civilians have been killed in six months of airstrikes.

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It is the second time in 10 days the coalition has been accused of targeting a wedding. The coalition denied responsibility for a September 28 attack that killed more than 130 people at a wedding near the Red Sea coast, in what was the single deadliest incident since the conflict began.

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