25 de agosto de 2017, 14:20United Nations, Aug 25 (Prensa Latina) The UN High-Commissioner for Human Rights has confirmed that the Saudi-led airstrikes on the Yemeni Capital, Sanaa killed at least 73 civilians in recent days.
On Tuesday, "a woman and two children were killed and two women and two children were injured when an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition hit a house in Talan village" in Sanaa Governorate, according to a rights office statement.
The planes, thought to be from the Saudi-led Arab coalition which backs Yemen's government, hit the buildings in the southern district of Faj Attan, according to AFP.
"We extracted them one by one from under the rubble", he said, adding that some of them were children from a single family.
They have been at war for two years in a conflict that has killed at least 10,000 people and displaced two million since 2015.
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Human rights groups have repeatedly criticised the coalition, which controls Yemen's airspace, over the civilian death toll from the bombing campaign.
The alliance controls much of northern Yemen, including Sanaa. The United States also regularly conducts deadly drone strikes on Yemen that Washington says target Al-Qaeda.
The United Nations refugee agency strongly condemned the July 18 aerial attacks on the IDPs camp and said that it is "deeply shocked and saddened".
Medics and a rebel security source confirmed at least nine people had died in the strike.
The Saudi-led coalition admits it has attacked a neighborhood in Yemeni capital Sana by mistake and blames Houthi rebels for the incident, Turki Maliki, the spokesman of the coalition said Saturday, Sputnik reported.
"We remind all the parties of the conflict, including the coalition, about their duty to fully respect global humanitarian law", added Throssell.