UN declares its aversion towards recent airstrike that took place in a prison centre in Yemen ending the lives of at least 70 people.
According to BBC News A Saudi led coalition that has been at wars with Houthi rebels in the last 8 years struck the facility in Saada that is reportedly seen has a refuge for Houthi rebels.
Thousands of civilians have been severely affected by this war that has existed since 2015, and an estimate of 10,000 children have been wounded and killed in the middle of this.
The war has caused a lot of displacement among millions of people and now the country is going through famine.
Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres, stated that the recent strike is evidently an escalation of the wars that has been going on in the country and called for external attention.
He emphasised that investigations have to be undergone to see to the strikes going on.
Rescuers culling bodies from the rubble after the airstrike reported that chances of finding survivors were very slim.
It was also reported that it was hard to know how many people lost their lives to the strike as many people have been declared missing after removing an estimate of 70 dead bodies from the debris.
Hospitals in the location have taken in more than 200 casualties from the incident.
Media run by Houthi faction displayed images of rescuers pulling out the wounded and debris in the way of their rescue.
The US Secretary of State Antony Blinken supported UN Secretary General on the call for investigations into the air strikes and settling the war.