Deadly airstrikes in Yemen condemned by UN chief
The Independent|January 23, 2022
United Nations secretary-general Antonio Guterres has condemned airstrikes in Yemen that reportedly killed more than 70 people.
PEONY HIRWANI

A facility in the northern city of Saada, which was used as a temporary holding centre for detained migrants, was hit by the Saudi-led coalition in the early hours of Friday, killing dozens. Three children were also reportedly killed in a separate strike while playing on a football field in Hodeidah, 35km south of Saada, according to rights groups. The death toll is expected to rise.

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