Civilians 'struggle to flee' Yemen strikes

Sunday, 10 May 2015 - 11:39

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Civilians in the city of Saada in northern Yemen are struggling to flee Saudi-led coalition air strikes targeting Houthi rebels.

Medical charity MSF, said fuel shortages meant many people were having to travel by foot.

The UN's representative in Yemen says the indiscriminate bombing of populated areas is against international law.

Air strikes have killed at least 1,400, more than half civilians.



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