This Sunday, four people were killed and ten others wounded by a missile firing on a medical center of doctors without borders (MSF) to the Yemen , the war-torn country, said a spokesman for the organization. The missile hit medical center in Razeh in the (Northern) Saada province, said at the Agency France-Presse the responsible for communication of doctors without borders in the Yemen, Malak Shaher, without being able to say immediately whether the missile had been taken from a plane or if the victims were patients or members of the medical staff.
An area under control of the Shiite rebels
The affected area is under the control of the Shiite rebels of the houthis, who are at war against Government forces supported by an Arab coalition led by the Saudi Arabia . In December, MSF accused the Arab coalition aviation hit one of its mobile clinics in Taiz in the South-West of the Yemen, injuring nine people, including two employees of the organization. The Arab coalition promised to investigate.
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MSF said then that medical facilities evacuated after coalition forces began to bomb an area located two kilometers away and informed the Alliance about its location.
In October, another hospital supported by MSF was completely destroyed after being bombarded Haydán district in Saada.
The Saudi then denied that the coalition led by the hospital bombed in Yemen and criticized the UN for having attributed the attack.
MSF works in eight Yemeni provinces: Sana’a, Saada, Aden, Taiz, Amram, Al Dales, Ib and Hague.
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