For the probability of an accidental incident. Coalition turns the incident of bombing a house in Sanaa to assessment team

For the probability of an accidental incident. Coalition turns the incident of bombing a house in Sanaa to assessment team

The Saudi-led coalition involved in the war in Yemen announced on Thursday the investigation of its airstrikes against Houthi military targets in Sanaa, Saudi Press Agency reported.

Turki al-Maliki, spokesman of the coalition, said in a statement that the findings related to a military operation conducted on Thursday in Yemen's capital Sanaa were referred to the Joint Incident Assessment Team for probing the possibility of accidental civilian casualties.

He said all required documents were referred to the team.

The spokesman asserted the coalition's commitment to the international law and the protocols of the military operations to ensure the highest level of responsibility and transparency. 

On Thursday morning, Arab coalition fighters launched a series of raids targeting camps and sites of the Houthis north and south of the capital Sana'a, the coalition said at the time that it is a qualitative operation to bombard military capabilities and targets of militias in Yemen, but one of these raids according to eyewitnesses and paramedics spoke to Al-Masdar online, targeted a house inhabited by civilians in the center of the capital, causing many deaths and injuries, including women and children.


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