Yemeni Houthi rebels blow up ex-president Saleh's house
While the current whereabouts of Saleh, who is yet to comment on the claims, reportedly remain unknown, the alleged attack comes amid a six-day heavy fighting in the Yemeni capital between the forces loyal to the ex-president and the rebels.
In a Saturday speech, described by the Houthis as "deception," Saleh announced that he was ready to turn "a new page" in relations with the Saudi-led coalition, listing two demands.
Following the surprise breakdown of the alliance between Saleh and the rebels, the Saudi-led coalition welcomed Saleh's announcement and a day later allegedly bombed Houthi positions in the city, with no official confirmation of the airstrikes following so far.
At the same time, clashes between the former allies — the Houthis and supporters of former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh, have been ongoing in the southern districts of the Yemeni capital for already six days after an alleged attempt by the rebels to seize the city's main mosque.