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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption The Red Cross said a hospital it supports in Saada had received dozens of casualties. The Saudi-led military coalition has announced it will investigate an air strike in Yemen which killed at least 29 children. On its Twitter feed, Saudi-funded Al-Arabiya TV quoted a senior official who said the coalition was probing "collateral damage" from the strike. Forces struck a bus in Dahyan in the rebel-held province of Saada. The coalition backs Yemen's government against the Houthi rebels and initially deemed its actions "legitimate". But now the coalition intends to investigate the strike, with Al-Arabiya TV quoting the official as sayi... Full story

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