The US-backed Saudi/Emirati coalition bombed a newly constructed cholera treatment center in Yemen run by Doctors without Borders. Ther attack comes as Yemen suffers through the worst cholera outbreak in recorded history.
A military coalition formally led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and supported by the United States and Britain, bombed a newly constructed cholera treatment center in Yemen on Monday, June 11.This attack comes after Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, suffered through the worst cholera outbreak in recorded history, with more than 1 million cases reported in 2017 alone.
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