In Yemen, a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led airstrike has killed at least 16 people when it struck the home of an imam in Saada Wednesday. Local residents say the strike killed the imam’s extended family, including at least one child. This comes as the U.N. humanitarian coordinator told the U.N. Security Council at least 10,000 civilians have died or been wounded in the 18-month conflict. Last week, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Saudi Arabia and met with the Saudi foreign minister, where he urged a “political solution” to the war in Yemen. The U.S. continues to supply Saudi Arabia with billions of dollars of weapons. These sales have reportedly included internationally banned cluster bombs, which are designed to fan out over a wide area and often fail to explode, posing a massive risk to civilians.