Houthis say at least 77 killed in airstrike by Saudi-led coalition on temporary prison

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Tensions in #Yemen continue to escalate after the Saudi-led coalition bombarded a prison in northern Yemen, killing at least 77. According to Yemen’s #Houthi group, around 200 others were hurt. The United Nations says more strikes were reported elsewhere in the country, with children among the casualties. #Politics

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