As many as 10 children were killed and 28 others injured, in a Saudi-led air strike on Saturday, after a school in the Houthi main stronghold province of Saada was hit, the humanitarian association, Doctors Without Borders (MSF), said.
The MSF reported that on its official Twitter account, adding that, the children were between eight and 15 years old, but released no statement or details on its official website.
The Saudi-led war planes launched over 100 air strikes against military targets of Houthi and Saleh supporters, in several northern provinces on Saturday, including the Houthi-held capital Sanaa.
Saudi Arabia and its allies intervened, in support of exiled Yemeni government, in 2015, but failed to bring it back to power, in the rebel-held capital Sanaa.
The war and air strikes have since killed over 6,400 people, mostly civilians.
Source: Nam News Network