Bombe su ospedale di Medici senza frontiere nello Yemen: morti e feriti

In this July, 25, 2016 photo, relatives of 10-year-old Youssef al-Salmi, who was killed when a bomb exploded while he was playing with it, play in front his house, in Hasn Faj Attan village, on the mountainous outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen. The village lies near a military base that housed a vast arsenal and Saudi-led airstrikes on the base caused a series of powerful explosions in April 2015. Rights groups and U.N. agencies have expressed concern that even if the fighting is brought to an end, the country will still grapple with a brutal legacy of unexploded munitions. (ANSA/AP Photo/Hani Mohammed) [CopyrightNotice: Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistribu]

Un ospedale di Medici senza frontiere è stato colpito in un bombardamento nello Yemen del nord e, secondo fonti locali, potrebbero esserci 6 morti e 13 feriti tra il personale e i pazienti. L’organizzazione umanitaria ha precisato che l’ospedale si trova vicino alla roccaforte dei ribelli Saada.


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