January 12, 2016

Saudi jets target government hospital in Yemen’s Bayda



Saudi jets targeted a government hospital in the northern province of Bayda

The attack comes just one day after Saudi warplanes bombarded a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders charity group in Sa’ada. At least five people were killed and several others injured in the Sunday attack. The organization strongly condemned the air raid, describing it as part of a QUOTE worrying pattern of attacks on medical facilities in Yemen.

It was not the first time Saudi jets target a hospital run by the MSF. In early December 20-15, Saudi warplanes bombed a clinic in the southern province of Ta’izz, killing at last three people. Over 74-hundred people, most of them civilians, have been killed in Saudi attacks since March.

PressTV

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