This 28 May 2015 video says about itself:
Witnesses said many civilians were caught up in the blast.
By Phil Miller in Britain:
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
The aerial bombardment of one of the world’s poorest countries has created what the United Nations regards as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
The group obtained official data that showed £5.3bn worth of arms had been licensed for sale to Saudi Arabia.
Another coalition partner, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), had received £657 million worth of arms export licences.
“The bombing has created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the complicity and support of Downing Street.”
Representatives from all five countries are expected to attend DSEI.
Mr Smith added: “It is disgraceful that the government has invited the Saudi military and other coalition members to London to buy even more weapons.
“This only goes to show that no matter how dire the humanitarian crisis in Yemen has become, the government will continue to prioritise arms sales over the rights and lives of Yemeni people.”