Saudi-Led Military Coalition Knew Coordinates Of MSF Clinic Bombed On Wednesday, Group Says

New York Times: Doctors Without Borders Says Clinic Hit in Yemen Was Known to Coalition
“A military coalition led by Saudi Arabia that bombed a Doctors Without Borders clinic in Yemen on Wednesday had regularly been provided with the coordinates of the clinic, the medical charity said in a statement on Thursday. The airstrikes on the clinic, in the war-torn southern city of Taiz, wounded nine people, including two Doctors Without Borders staff members, the organization said…” (Fahim, 12/3).

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