Yemen air strike: The school that's lost 42 children
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Yemen air strike: The school that's lost 42 children
You may well remember - the pictures were hard to forget - the scene in Yemen in August when dozens of schoolchildren and adults were killed in an airstrike.
17 October 2018BBC NewsMiddle East
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