Saada attack: Mourners vented anger against Saudi, UAE

Funerals of victims of the Saada bus attack gathered angry mourners who shouted slogans against Saudi Arabia and what they say is its biggest ally and arms supplier the United States.

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    Large crowds of Yemenis vented anger against Saudi, UAE and US on Monday as they took part in a mass funeral for children killed in an air raid by the Saudi-UAE led coalition in northern Saada Province.

    Forty of them were children, many of whom were killed onboard a school bus.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from neighbouring Djibouti.


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