A bomb that killed 51 people in Yemen, including 40 children, was supplied by the U.S., according to CNN.
A Saudi-led coalition against Houthi rebels in Yemen bombed a Yemen market earlier this month, hitting a bus full of children. The coalition claimed it was a "legitimate target."
CNN now reports that bomb was supplied by the U.S. Sources told the outlet it was a Lockheed Martin 500-pound laser-guided MK 82 bomb.
The Obama administration banned sales of precision-guided military technology to Saudi Arabia after hundreds of civilians were killed and wounded in coalition strikes. The Trump administration reversed that ban.
Additional reporting from Newsy affiliate CNN.