Sana: At least twenty people have been killed and fifteen others after Saudi-led coalition air strikes hit a hospital in Yemen. The airstrike targetted the rebel-held province of Hajja in North West Yemen.
The hospital is run by aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF), who confirmed the air strike had taken place on their twitter page. A witness at the scene of the attack said medics could not evacuate the wounded because warplanes continued to fly over the area, according to The Guardian.
Ayman Mazkour, the head of the health sector in the Hajja region, said six people are confirmed to have died and 20 have been wounded, according to AFP. The strikes come less than 48 hours after MSF claimed the Saudi-led coalition has killed 10 children after attacking in a school in rebel-held Saada.