Report: US-made bomb used in deadly attack on Yemen school bus

Reports suggest Lockheed Martin-produced bomb was behind deaths of dozens of people, including 40 children, in recent air attack on school bus in northern Saada province.

    US President Donald Trump's administration is facing mounting criticism over its role in the war in Yemen.

    According to a CNN report, munitions experts say a US-made bomb was used by the Saudi-led coalition in the air attack that hit a school bus in a crowded market on August 9, killing 51 people, including 40 children.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher has more from Washington.


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