Yemeni child injured by cluster munition

Yemeni child injured by cluster munition

A child was injured on Wednesday when a bomb left over from the Saudi-led coalition forbidden weapons exploded in Sana’a province.

The remnants of the internationally banned cluster weapons bombs continue to claim lives of civilians in several Yemeni provinces, in general, under US, British, and Israeli signature during the six years of the war on Yemen.

The child was injured when a bomb from the remnants of the coalition weapons exploded in Remada village in Nehm District, east of Sana’a, a local source said.

On February 7, one of the forbidden bombs exploded in Maswara area in the same district, killing a girl and seriously wounding two other children.

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