Yemen: 'A family destroyed' by air strikes

The BBC has seen powerful new evidence of the plight of civilians in Yemen, where civil war has led to thousands of deaths.

Following the overthrow of Yemen's government, a Saudi-led coalition launched a campaign of air strikes to slow the advance of Houthi rebels backed by Iran.

In the past two months, 2,800 people have been killed.

The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Sanaa in Yemen.