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The director of the Houthi-run Health Department office in Saada said the aircraft conducted two raids on al-Mashnaq market in Shada district, which is close to the Saudi border, on Saturday, killing 25 people and wounding at least one. "Rescue teams were unable to reach the area for some time for fear of being hit by artillery shelling of the area," the official, Dr Abdelilah al-Azzi, told Reuters by telephone. Reuters could not independently confirm the report because the area is located very close to the frontline, but several Yemeni online news outlets carried a similar report. A Saudi-led coalition air strike killed 22 people and wounded dozens when it struck a market in western Yemen near the Red Sea fishing town of Khoukha in March. Khoukha and the nearby city of Hodeidah are controlled by the Houthis who overran Sanaa in 2014 and moved south to Aden in 2015 forcing Hadi and his administration to flee into exile. The Yemen war has killed more than 10,000 people, displaced more than three million and ruined much of the impoverished country's infrastructure. The Saudi-led coalition was formed in 2015 to fight the Houthis and troops loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh who have fired missiles into neighboring Saudi Arabia. In December, the coalition acknowledged it had made "limited use" of British-made cluster bombs, but said it had stopped using them. Nearly half of Yemen's 22 provinces are on the verge of famine, according to the U.N.

The June PYMNTS Payments Powering Platforms Tracker™, powered by WePay, features a roundup of the last month’s headlines on how payments are powering new businesses in a wide variety of industries.  But processing online payments can be only half the battle — companies also need to protect those payments from fraudsters and other bad actors. As the fraud fight continues, it should perhaps come as no surprise that, in the past month, payments-powered platforms from around the space looked to fortify their defenses against cybercrime. International FinTech solution provider Fiserv announced last month the debut of the new real-time cybersecurity platform, designed specifically for digital financial service providers. Known as SecureNow, the platform detects and warns financial institutions of suspicious behavior.  Fiserv decided to build a new security solution in-house, but other companies relied on collaboration to up their protection. Elavon, for one, recently debuted a partnership with cybersecurity and compliance solution provider Sysnet Global Solutions to develop Secured Pro, a managed PCI compliance validation and cybersecurity service for businesses in the European Union. Similarly, Handpoint recently added new secure processing options for merchants on its platform-as-a-service offering, as a result of a new certification from Vantiv. To see the rest of the headlines from around the Payments Powering Platforms space, check out the Tracker.  Airbnb has built its reputation as a new kind of hospitality business in the sharing economy, but maybe it should get recognition for payments innovation as well. The company has changed the way many consumers book their travel accommodations, but it’s actually built its infrastructure around payments.  Unlike many other platforms, the company decided to process its own payments in-house shortly after opening for business. In a recent interview, Kapil Mokhat, the company’s director of payments and partnerships, told PYMNTS that having a customized payments processing engine has helped the company’s rapid expansion. “From 2008 to now, the growth at Airbnb has been incredible, and it hasn’t been a market-by-market approach — it’s really grown and spread in every direction.

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