“Doctors Without Borders” announces the treatment of 751 wounded in Yemen last November

“Doctors Without Borders” announces the treatment of 751 wounded in Yemen last November

said Wednesday it had treated 751 wounded in Yemen last November.

The Doctors Without Borders (MSF) organization said in a tweet published on the official account of its office in Yemen on Twitter, that it treated this 751 of wounded in its medical facilities in the province of Hodeidah, the Directorate of Abbs  in the province of Hajjah, the city of Aden  and the Directorate of Mocha in the province of Taiz.

"Of those injured, 335 were shot, 334 were injured during explosions and 65 from shrapnel," it said.

During last November, clashes erupted between Yemeni army forces and the Houthis in several provinces, including Hodeidah and Hajjah, which left many victims on both sides.


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