Yemen air strike: The school that’s lost 42 children – BBC News
Yemen air strike: The school that’s lost 42 children – BBC News Yeah yeah yep yeah yeah yeah 100, the full effect it’s around 8:30 in the morning. This is the time the airstrike took place, and this is the exact spot in this busy area on a Main Street full of shops, even if the bus had them full of Fighters. The risk two innocent life will surely have been clear and there are questions about whether or not this was a war crime. Algebra book Aquaman You may well remember – the pictures were hard to forget – the scene in Yemen in August when dozens of schoolchildren and adults were killed in an airstrike.
The strike was carried out by a coalition – led by Saudi Arabia and backed by the US, the UK and France. They are supporting Yemen’s government against the Houthi rebels – backed by Iran.
In three years of fighting, at least 10,000 people have been killed and millions have fled their homes.
Our correspondent Orla Guerin – with producer Nicola Careem and cameraman Lee Durant – sent this report from Dahyan in northern Yemen.
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