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United Nations Condemns Deadly Airstrike In Yemen

The United Nations has condemned the airstrike that killed more than 80 people in a detention center.


The airstrike in the rebel-held Sa’ada province on Friday morning followed a Houthi drone attack on the United Arab Emirates on Monday that killed three people.

Hundreds of people were injured in the attack on the detention centre. Médecins Sans Frontières reported that al-Gumhourriyeh hospital in Sa’ada had taken in about 200 wounded patients was unable to provide care for any more. Eighty-two people have been confirmed dead so far.

The Saudi-led coalition denied reports that it had bombed the prison in a statement on Saturday morning.

The UN secretary-general, António Guterres, said in response to Friday’s attacks that the “escalation needs to stop.”

MSF’s head of mission in Yemen, Ahmed Mahat, said: “There are many bodies still at the scene of the airstrike, many missing people. It is impossible to know how many people have been killed. It seems to have been a horrific act of violence.”

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