A hospital supported by Doctors Without Borders is seen after was hit by a Saudi-led airstrike in the northern town of Abs, Yemen, Tuesday, Aug.16, 2016. (AP Photo)
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The Arab-led coalition Friday expressed deep regret over a decision by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to evacuate staff from northern Yemen and said it was trying to set up "urgent meetings" with the medical aid group.MSF said Thursday it was evacuating its staff from six hospitals in northern Yemen after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a health facility operated by the group killing 19 people. A coalition airstrike Tuesday hit a hospital operated by MSF in the northern Al-Hajjah province killing 19 people, including one of its staff members, and injuring 24, the group said.MSF said it had met with officials from the coalition and shared GPS coordinates of the hospital it operates in with parties involved in the conflict but aerial bombings had continued.
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