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Canada Lead 3-Yemen-more than 60 deaths in air raids, according to Save the Children

03:12  22 january  2022
03:12  22 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Yemen-Securite (Lead 3, Photo, TV): Lead 3-Yemen-More than 60 deaths in air raids, according to Save the Children

(updated with reaction of the Saudi Coalition and the Water Ambassador)

Saada, Yemen, January 21 (Reuters) - Three children and about sixty adults were killed Friday in air raids in Yemen, said NGO Save The Children, while the Coalition led by Saudi Arabia intensifies its operations against the areas controlled by the Houthis rebels.

The three children were killed when missiles struck the port city of Hodeida, in the west of the country, said the NGO.

According to a witness surveyed by Reuters, an air strike also touched a prison from the province of Saada, in the north of the country, killing several people including African migrants.

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According to the Yemeni television channel Al Masirah, controlled by the Houthis, dozens of people were killed and injured during the attack. The chain also showed images of men trying to release the rubble to reach people trapped under the rubble, as well as injured at the Al-Djamhouri hospital in Saada.

No precise balance sheet has yet been announced official source.

The military coalition led by Saudi Arabia, which has been involved in Yemen since 2015 said on Friday that the report would be in-depth investigation.

"We take this report very seriously and it will be the subject of a thorough investigation, like all relations of this nature, according to an independent process approved by the international community. As long as this investigation is in progress, it would be inappropriate. To make other comments, "reacted the spokesman for the Saudi Coalition, Tourki al-Malki.

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The Saudi Coalition has intensified its aerial strikes on Houthie military targets, after the Shiite movement, supported by Iran, led Monday an unprecedented assault against the United Arab Emirates, a member of the Alliance, drawn. Missiles and sent drones against Saudi cities.

The UN Security Council on Friday condemned the attack on the United Arab Emirates and other sites in Saudi Arabia, highlighting "the need to hold the authors, organizers, financial and sponsors responsible for These acts of reprehensible terrorism and to bring them to justice ".

Internet was cut Friday throughout Yemen (with the exception of the city of Aden, in the southern country), a failure attributed by the media houthis to a raid of the Saudi coalition on a telecommunications installation in the Hodeidah Province.

Thursday, the coalition had reported operations aimed at "military capabilities of the Houthis" in Hodeidah, launching platforms of ballistic missiles in the province of Al-Baida, in the center of the country, and military targets In Sanaa, the Yemeni capital, under Houthi control.

The conflict, in which the coalition occurs since March 2015, killed tens of thousands of people, moved millions of others and pushed Yemen on the edge of famine.

"The coalition undertakes to respect international law and the proportionate response in all its military operations," said United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United Nations, Lana Weseibeh.

The United Nations Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, expressed on Friday its lively worry about military climbing. (Report of the Reuters office in Yemen, written by Ghaida Ghipous; French version Diana Mandiá, edited by Sophie Louet and Jean-Stéphane Brush)

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