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Airstrike Reportedly Hits Doctors Without Borders Facility In Yemen

The international aid group says the cholera treatment center had clear markings and that it gave its coordinates to the Saudi-UAE-led coalition that carried out the strike.
A cholera treatment facility in Abs, Yemen became a ruin after Saudi-led strikes hit it, according to Doctors Without Borders. Source: Doctors Without Borders - Yemen

A Saudi-led airstrike blasted off the roof and pulverized walls of a cholera treatment center in Yemen, but no one was hurt, according

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