BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) – The National Centre for Blood Transfusion and Research in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a sustained serious damages following a reported Saudi-led coalition airstrike, conducted on April 27, footage filmed on Thursday shows.

According to spokesperson for The National Centre for Blood Transfusion and Research Mounir al-Zubdi, the strike hit the centre on Friday at 22:40 local time (19:40 GMT).

“The centre was completely out of service due to the impact of some important medical equipment in the centre and [there has been] much damage to the building”, he said.

Source: Ruptly

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….and people complain about me when I say that this is genocide…. really think again libtards.

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Hitting a blood bank? How much more low can these Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich Saoudis go down to? Sooner or later Saoudis will eventually turn into a Syria with internal conflict, civil war with yemen, loss of revenue & collapse of economy, anarchy

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The definition of Anarchy is “the order without the power”.
YPG are anarchists and rely on direct democracy.
I suppose you meant “chaos” by writing it.

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Were are MSM complaints?

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Yet another war crime by KSA.
Bet UN won’t say anything!
KSA even bought its place as leading the UN human rights council! What a joke!