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Aid group says hospital hit during Houthi attack in Yemen

Seattle Times Thursday, 7 November 2019
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — An international medical relief agency says a hospital it runs in Yemen was damaged by a missile and drone attack. Yemeni military officials blame the attack, which targeted nearby buildings, on the Houthi rebels. In a statement Thursday, Doctors Without Borders said there were no reports of deaths or injuries among […]
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