Aug 21, 2015

Yemen: At least 65 civilians killed in coalition airstrikes and heavy fighting in Taiz | Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International

“At least 65 civilians in the province of Taiz, Yemen have been killed in Saudi led air strikes today, including 17 people from one family,” says Salah Dongu’du, MSF's Project Coordinator, about the current situation in Taiz, Yemen. “The deaths occurred when the strikes hit civilian homes in the area. Those who survived the bombings are searching through the rubble with their bare hands in the...

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