This video says about itself:
🇾🇪 ‘Where are my brothers?’ pleads Yemen school bus attack survivor | Al Jazeera English
10 August 2018
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is calling for an independent investigation into a Saudi-Emirati led coalition airstrike in Yemen that hit a bus full of school children.
In all 50 people were killed.
The bus was attacked near a crowded market in Saada province …
One of the children who survived the attack refused to receive medical attention until doctors updated him on the fate of his two younger brothers.
“I have two brothers, Hassan and Yehia, who are smaller than me,” the boy said. “Where are my brothers? … I don’t want help until I see my brothers.”
The coalition says the air raids were aimed at legitimate military targets.
Al Jazeera’s Mohammad Adow reports from neighbouring Djibouti.
By Julia Conley in the USA:
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Despite Famine, Khashoggi, and School Bus Massacre, House GOP Moves Swiftly to Keep US Involved in Saudi-Led War on Yemen
“Apparently, neither Saudi Arabia‘s brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi nor its mid-summer bombing of a school bus packed full of children were enough to break the ice surrounding House Majority Leader Paul Ryan‘s heart.”
Indeed. Meanwhile, US made bombs keep killing more Yemeni children and other civilians.
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