This image taken in July, 2015 and released by Médecins Sans Frontières , Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 shows the site of a hospital that was hit by an airstrike in Saada, Yemen. (Médecins Sans Frontières via AP)
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The International Committee of the Red Cross Monday said hospitals in Yemen have been repeatedly and "deliberately" attacked, and urged warring factions to respect the sanctity of health facilities.It said in a statement that Al-Thawra hospital in third city Taez was shelled on Sunday, weeks after a hospital run by medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres was hit in the north.In October, air strikes hit the Hayadeen hospital run near the rebel-held city of Saada in northern Yemen, with MSF posting pictures on its Twitter account showing a collapsed roof and rubble.The ICRC said it was been trying to deliver medical supplies to Taez for nearly two months, "but to no avail".
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