This video says about itself:
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
3 November 2015
Dr. Natalie Roberts, who works in Yemen for MSF, speaks with CNN’s Amanpour after air strikes carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in northern Yemen destroyed a hospital on 26th October 2015.
The British Royal Air Force now bombing Syria are not the only royal air force bombing in the Middle East now.
Look, eg, at the Saudi royal air force.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Airstrike hits MSF clinic in Yemen
A clinic of MSF in Yemen has been hit in an air strike by the coalition led by Saudi Arabia. According to the charity nine people were injured, including two employees of MSF.
Yesterday, jets attacked a park near the clinic’s tent in the southern city of Taiz three times, says MSF. Employees of the NGO organisation signaled that there was in a clinic in the area and cleared the tent as a precaution.
Despite this, not much later, the clinic itself was bombed, says MSF. The nine victims were injured by shrapnel. Two of them, seriously wounded, had to go to other hospitals.
MSF says that it is impossible that the coalition was not previously aware of the location of the hospital. “The GPS coordinates of the medical facilities are regularly provided to the coalition,” said a spokesman. “For the last time, on November 29th.”
For months an alliance of Arab countries have been striking targets of Houthi rebels in Yemen. MSF has been active in different parts of the country and claims to have treated more than 16,000 war wounded.
Also in the Afghan city of Kunduz a clinic of MSF was recently hit by an airstrike. The bombardment by the US air force killed an estimated thirty people. The Pentagon admitted afterwards that it was a mistake.
And let us not forget the earlier attack by the Saudi royal air force on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Yemen; in Saada city; the air strike mentioned in the video.