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>> Rows of tiny graves for the at least 40 children thought killed in Yemen by an airstrike forces led by Saudi Arabia. This man's holding up their school bags, they have the UNICEF logo on them. The airstrike hit a bus carrying the kids as it went through a market on Thursday.
He says he lost three of his own, those are body bags around him.>> We had to quickly nurse the wounded because there was chaos. I lifted a body, and found that it was Achmed's face. I carried him and hugged him, he was my son.>> The Houthi faction, which controls the area, says an additional 11 adults were killed in the attack, bringing the total to at least 51 dead.
Saudi Coalition says it will investigate, which is an apparent change in tone. They originally said it was a legitimate military action against their Houthi enemies, who they alleged were using children as human shields. The UN is calling for an independent investigation which was praised by the Houthis. Although the UN has also criticized that side for indiscriminate attacks of their own.
On Friday, the UN said its human rights coordinator for the world also appears to have been blocked from returning to Houthi territory without explanation.