Faced with the outcry caused by this high toll, the coalition says it is not behind these raids and that the Houthis who accuse it are engaged in
Nobody can dispute that it is an airstrike, everyone in Saada heard it, says a staff member of MSF, quoted in a press release from the NGO.
I live a kilometer from the prison and my house shook from the explosions, he continues, on condition of anonymity.
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wounded lying on the ground because there is
not enough beds for all.
The Ministry of Health held by the Houthis reports 82 dead and 266 injured, ensuring that victims could still be under the rubble, an unverifiable report immediately from an independent source.
” It is the latest in a long series of unjustifiable airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition against schools, hospitals, markets, wedding parties and prisons. »
On Thursday, the coalition admitted to having hit the port city of Hodeïda in the hands of the Houthis, through which passes most of the international aid to the country facing one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.
At least three children were killed while
they were apparently playing on a soccer field, according to the NGO Save the Children, and the internet was cut across the country due to the destruction.
But Riyadh, which since 2015 has been at the head of a military coalition supporting Yemeni pro-government forces against Houthis close to Iran, firmly denies being behind Friday’s attack in Saada.
According to the independent organization Yemen Data Project, coalition raids have caused nearly 9,000 civilian casualties in seven years.