Airstrike Destroys Doctors Without Borders Clinic In Yemen
A Doctors Without Borders hospital in northern Yemen was hit in an overnight airstrike, destroying the hospital and forcing everyone to evacuate.By Bell Johnson | October 27, 2015
A Doctors Without Borders clinic in northern Yemen was hit overnight by a Saudi-led airstrike, forcing staff and patients to evacuate.
The hospital was hit several times over a two-hour period, but staff members and patients were able to escape between the strikes. One person was "slightly injured" during the evacuation. (Video via Doctors Without Borders)
According to a statement, Doctors Without Borders has supported the clinic since May with about 3,400 patients treated, including an average of 200 war-wounded patients each month. (Video via Doctors Without Borders)