A Saudi-led coalition of 10 countries has launched air strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen.
Some numbers on the military action:
Saudi Arabia: At least 100 war planes + 150,000 troops and war ships on standby
UAE: 30 war planes
Kuwait: 15 war planes
Bahrain: 12 war planes
Qatar: 10 war planes
Jordan: 6 war planes
Morocco: 6 war planes
Sudan: 3 war planes
Egypt: war planes, war ships and tanks + ground troops
Pakistan: tanks and ground troops
In the city of Taiz, thousands of Yemenis took to the streets in support of the Saudi operation and demanded an end to the alleged Iranian interference in their country. Some carried banners of President Hadi, others of the Saudi king.
As thousands of Yemenis gather in the city of Taiz in support of the Saudi operation, thousands of pro-Houthi protesters carried out a rival protest in the capital Sanaa to denounce the air strikes.
Lebanon's Hezbollah condemns the Saudi-led strikes, saying it takes the region towards increased tension.
"Hezbollah continues to always stand by the steadfastness of the Yemeni people when it comes to their independence and choices in governance”.
Hezbollah urges Saudi Arabia "to end its blatant oppressive aggression at once" and asks the Yemeni people to unify in order "to reach a full political solution".
Saudi Arabia's interior minister has ordered security measures strengthened along the borders and across the kingdom, including at oil facilities.
The minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, said the country would "act firmly" against any attempts to undermine its security, according to a statement published by the official SPA news agency.
We're getting reports that Saudi air strikes target the Tariq Air Base in Taiz, central Yemen.
Al Jazeera received reports that new air strikes have targeted a reception camp of new recruits joining forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, west of the capital Sanaa.
Saudi air strikes reportedly hit Houthi rebel positions at al-Anad Air Base in Aden, sources told Al Jazeera.
Reports say Houthi stronghold of Saada in northern Yemen hit by Saudi-led air strikes.
Turkey's President has said his country is willing to provide logistical and intelligence support to the Saudi-led coalition's operations in Yemen, crticising Iranian attempts to influence the region.
"Iran is trying to dominate the region. They are in preparation for it. Could this be allowed? This has begun annoying us, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries. This is really not tolerable and Iran has to see this," Erdogan said.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have bombed the 131 infantry brigade in Kitaf in the Saada region, near the Saudi-Yemeni border.
A Saudi led strike has struck a Houthi ammunition depot in the eastern part of Sanaa.
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi arrived in Egypt for an Arab
League summit that will focus on the Saudi-led military campaign against the Houthis.