An airstrike in northern Yemen hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital on Monday afternoon leaving at least 11 dead and many more injured.
The medical charity confirmed the reports in a release and on its official Twitter account. The attack on the Abs Hospital is the fourth attack on a Doctors Without Borders-supported facility in the past year.
Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), the charity's French name, said the hospital was half-destroyed.
All remaining patients and staff have been evacuated.
...a war that has shown no respect for medical facilities or patients.
"Once again, a fully functional hospital full of patients and MSF national and international staff members was bombed in a war that has shown no respect for medical facilities or patients," Teresa Sancristoval, MSF emergency program manager for Yemen, said in a statement.
Images of the attack paint a fiery scene.
The airstrike is thought to have been carried out by a Saudi-led coalition; the U.N. is working to gather details on Monday's attack. On Saturday, according to the Associated Press, an airstrike killed at least 10 children, wounding dozens others.