UN urges investigation into Saudi-led coalition air raids in Yemen

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “UN urges investigation into Saudi-led coalition air raids in Yemen” – below is their description.

Rescue workers and relatives are still searching beneath the rubble for survivors after an attack on a detention facility in Yemen left more than 70 dead. The UN has condemned the Saudi-led coalition’s air raids and called for an investigation into Friday’s attack.

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