'Didn't find any remains': Yemen's survivors on deadly bus attack

The UN Security Council has called for an independent investigation into a Saudi-led coalition attack on a school bus that killed dozens of people, including at least 40 children, on Thursday.

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    The United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, says talks between warring parties next month will focus on a transitional government and laying down arms.

    Griffiths has been trying for a political deal to end the three-year war.

    But before those talks can even begin, a Saudi-Emirati coalition air strike has killed dozens of children in a Houthi stronghold.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from neighbouring Djibouti on what has been described as the worst attack on Yemen's children.


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