The death toll from a suspected air strike on a wedding party in Yemen on Monday has risen to at least 131, the United Nations and local medics say.
Missiles supposedly hit two tents in a village nearby the Red Sea port of Mocha, in which a man linked to the Houthi rebel movement was observing his marriage.
But the Saudi-led coalition that is bombing the rebels for six months denied liability for the strike.
The UN condemned “the disregard shown by all sides for human life” in Yemen.
Secretary General Ban Ki-moon stressed its continuance would only bring destruction and more human suffering and that there is no military solution to the battle.
Some 5,000 people, including 2,355 civilians, have been killed in air strikes and fighting on the ground since 26 March, when Houthi fighters and allied army units driven Yemen’s internationally- recognised flee the nation.