MSF hospital in Yemen hit by Arab coalition air strikes
Oct.27, Sanaa: Hospital run by medical aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Yemen was hit by a series of Arab coalition air strikes.
MSF said that the air strike was the latest bombing of a civilian target in the seven-month air campaign in Yemen.
MSF spokesman Hassan Boucenine said that one person was injured and in stable condition after the attack on the clinic in the northern province of Saada, Al Jazeera reported.
The Saudi-led coalition of Arab states launched an air campaign against Shia Houthi rebels and their allies in late March in support of President Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
Saada is the stronghold of the Iran-backed Houthis who overran the capital unopposed in September 2014 before advancing on several Yemeni provinces.
The Oslo Times