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World Yemen: Save the Children reports more than 60 deaths in aerial strikes

16:42  21 january  2022
16:42  21 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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yemen-security-assessment: Yemen: save the children reports more than 60 deaths in air strikes

YÉMEN: SAVE THE CHILDREN FAIT ÉTAT DE PLUS 60 MORTS DANS DES FRAPPES AÉRIENNES © Reuters / Afolabi Sotunde Yemen: save the Children reports more than 60 deaths in

Dubai (Reuters) air strikes - three children and more than 60 adults seem to have been killed in air strikes in Yemen, reports on Friday the Save The Children, without providing details.

Aerial bombardment on a provisional detention center of Saada has made several deaths on Friday, including African immigrants, previously reported a journalist from Reuters, while the military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intensified his operations in The sectors held by the houthis, affiliated with Iran.

(Report Maha El Dahan, written by Lilian Wagdy, French version Bertrand Boucey, edited by)

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