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>> Her body bruised, her bones broken, but still alive.>>
> Bertaina, believed to be four or five years old, is the only surviving member of her direct family. The rest all killed in a Saudi-led Arab coalition air strike in Yemen's capital, Sana'a. Twelve people, including six children, died when war planes hit a vacant building causing Bertaina's home next store to collapse.
Her uncle pulled her from the rubble.>> I was calling the children's names and then Bertaina answered and called my name from under the rubble so I asked the people to move slowly over the rubble because I was worried they would increase her injury. We started removing the rubble until we found her and got her out.
>> The Saudi-led coalition is supporting Yemen's internationally recognized government in the country's two and a half year civil war. They're fighting Iran aligned Houthi fighters and their ally, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, that alliance controls much of Yemen's north, including the capital. On Saturday, the Saudi-led coalition admitted carrying out the deadly attack, blaming the incident on an unspecified technical error.
A spokesman said the residential building had not been directly targeted and accused Houthi fighters of using human shields. A draft UN report on child deaths in the conflict blames the Saudi-led coalition for more than 680 child casualties and three quarters of the war's attacks on schools and hospitals.