Rebel fire on a residential district of Yemen's second city Aden killed at least 31 civilians and wounded more than 100 on Wednesday, a senior health official said in an updated toll.
The city's health chief Al-Khader Laswar said three women and two children were among the dead.
Medics had earlier given a toll of 20 people killed and 41 wounded.
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