Yemen war: Sanaa air raids victims slam Saudi-UAE coalition

The Saudi-UAE-led coalition in Yemen now says it will investigate, what it calls, a possible accidental attack.

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    In Yemen, survivors of a Saudi-UAE-led coalition air raid say they have no idea why their neighbourhood in the capital Sanaa was attacked.

    The attack on the capital killed at least six people and wounded dozens more.

    The coalition says it is investigating what it calls the "possibility of an accidental air strike" as it says it launched precision attacks on Houthi military positions in the capital.

    But for those who survived the attack, it offers very little comfort.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.


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