Middle East

Another Doctors Without Borders Hospital In Yemen Attacked

As the Yemen conflict continues, a Doctors Without Borders hospital was targeted, leaving at least four dead and several buildings collapsed.

Another Doctors Without Borders Hospital In Yemen Attacked
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At least four people died and several others were injured in Yemen's capital on Sunday after a missile allegedly hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital. 

Doctors Without Borders says this is the third time one of its locations in Yemen has been hit by an airstrike since October. The attacker is not yet known. 

Yemen's conflict has been devastating to other hospitals around the country as many don't have the funds or supplies to keep running. (Video via Azaal)

The United Nations' secretary-general said Friday he was "deeply concerned" about recent missile attacks in Yemen, which have targeted residential buildings. (Video via Al Masirah TV)

The capital is near Saudi Arabia and has been targeted by the Saudi-led coalition. But Doctors Without Borders says anyone with bombing capabilities would've known about the hospital. (Video via France 24)

"All warring parties, including the Saudi-led coalition, are regularly informed of the GPS coordinates of the medical sites where [Doctors Without Borders] works," the organization's director of operations said. (Video via Doctors Without Borders)

This video includes an image from Getty Images.