Yemeni children killed by Saudi warplanes

This 14 August 2016 video is called Graphic: Aftermath of Saudi coalition bombing on kids’ religious school in Haydan, Saada, Yemen. 10 killed, 28 injured.

By James Tweedie:

Yemen: Saudis slaughter schoolkids

Monday 15th August 2016

THE Saudi-led Yemen invasion coalition claimed yesterday that children killed when it bombed a school were Houthi rebels.

Al-Alam News Network and Iran’s Tasnim news agency reported that some 50 children were killed on Saturday in air strikes on a school in Haydan in north-western Saada province, which borders Saudi Arabia.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said it had received 10 dead and 28 wounded at its field hospital. MSF spokeswoman Malak Shahe said that the casualties were all under 15 and the “victims of air strikes on a Koranic school.”

The coalition launched its bombing campaign against Yemen in March last year in a bid to reinstall ousted president Abbed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, and this soon escalated to a ground invasion.

It destroyed the MSF-supported hospital in Haydan in October then went on to bomb another MSF facility in south-western Taiz in December and the Shiara Hospital in the Razeh district of Saada in January.

Four people were killed and 10 injured — including three MSF members — in the January bombing.

Saudi royal air force kills Yemeni schoolchildren

This 14 August 2016 video from the USA is called “Saudi Led” Airstrike On School Kills 10 Children In Yemen (WARNING GRAPHIC)!

Saudi royal air force kills crisp factory workers

This video is called Saudi Arabia committed a new massacre in a snacks factory in Yemen, 09 08 2016.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Yemen: Saudi led coalition bombers kill workers at crisp factory

Wednesday 10th August 2016

THE Saudi-led coalition bombed a crisp factory in Yemen’s capital Sanaa yesterday, killing 16 workers and wounding 10.

The latest terror raid in Riyadh’s campaign to reinstall ousted president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi came just three days after peace talks in Kuwait — a member of the nine-nation coalition — adjourned for a month.

Factory director Abdullah al-Aqel confirmed the death toll. Residents said they saw six charred bodies pulled from the rubble.

Sanaa airport was also targeted, coalition spokesman General Ahmed Assiri said, and all flights were cancelled.

Other attacks hit the towns of Saada, Ibb and Hajja, where three more civilians were reportedly killed.