A Yemeni boy is seen during a funeral of people killed by an air strike last week in the northwestern province of Hajja, in Sanaa, Yemen March 14, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Brain - Yemenis bury children killed in Hajjah air strikes
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Hundreds of mourners in northern Yemen on Thursday buried 17 civilians killed in air strikes last week as Western pressure increased on the warring parties

Air strikes killed 10 women and 12 children and wounded 30 people

The Sunni Muslim alliance intervened in the war in March 2015 in support of Hadi after his government was driven out of Sanaa by Houthi forces

The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said fighting over the past six months has forced over 203,000 people to flee to safety in Hajjah, almost doubling the number of displaced people in the northern governorate to 420,000

"Whilst the eyes of the world are on Hodeidah, air strikes and shells continue to rain down on civilians in other parts of Yemen, killing with impunity," Nigel Tricks, NRC's East Africa and Yemen Regional Director, said in a statement this week