Around 12:30 a.m. on April 6, an aerial attack struck the home of Muhammad Daghfal, killing seven members of the family, including four women and two children, according to Muhammad Gahsha, a grave worker who buried the dead. Human Rights Watch visited the ruins of the house, which was located in a rural area about five kilometers from the center of Saada City. An investigator at the Salam hospital confirmed the deaths. Satellite imagery recorded on April 7 shows the complete destruction of the Daghfal house. Satellite imagery shows no other damage in the vicinity.
Targeting Saada: Unlawful Coalition Airstrikes on Saada City in Yemen
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Warning: the following media is graphic and distressing. It is put here as evidence of war crimes.
The following report from the Legal Center for Rights and Development also confirms that 7 civilians were killed in Saada that day:
A new Saudi/US led air strike massacre in Sadda,8 ppl from one family were killed most r women and children.— Hussain Albukhaiti (@HussainBukhaiti) April 6, 2015
This little kid is the sole survivor of a Saudi/US led air strike on his home in Sadda killing all his family of 8ppl pic.twitter.com/WA1T0mHfUY— Hussain Albukhaiti (@HussainBukhaiti) April 6, 2015