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'Mistakes' Admitted In Deadly Yemen Bus Attack

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'Mistakes' Admitted In Deadly Yemen Bus Attack

'Mistakes' Admitted In Deadly Yemen Bus Attack

The Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen acknowledges "mistakes" were made in last month's deadly airstrike on a school bus in northern Yemen.

This according to the Saudi Press Agency.

According to the Houthi-held Health Ministry, CNN reports that the attack killed 51 people, including 40 children.

The coalition cited "mistakes in compliance to the rules of engagement.

This according to the Saudi Press Agency.

According to the Houthi-held Health Ministry, CNN reports that the attack killed 51 people, including 40 children.

The coalition cited "mistakes in compliance to the rules of engagement.

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