Saudi air force butchering Yemeni refugees, again

This video says about itself:

Yemen: Sanaa‘s children protest Saudi-led campaign outside UN building

13 April 2015

A group of Yemeni children gathered outside the United Nations (UN) office in Sanaa, Monday, to protest against the continued Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen. One of the children, Al-Kassim ibn Hussain, condemned the Saudi [royal] family as “filthy and corrupt” … Despite the ongoing fighting, protester Kassam al-Gharah swore to continue to smile to show that “we are not a people of hate or animosity”.

After the earlier refugee killing by the Saudi royal air force … translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

Saudi Arabia attacks refugees in Aden

Today, 15:07

Warplanes of the coalition led by Saudi Arabia have attacked a refugee convoy in Yemen. Dozens of people have been killed. Reports estimate from 23 to 31 deaths.

Two air strikes targeted vehicles, in which were many women and children who had fled the southern city of Aden. There is much fighting there.

The United Nations say already almost five thousand people have been killed.

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