Yemeni men inspect a house destroyed by a Saudi-led airstrike in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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Yemeni officials said the country's prime minister has returned to the volatile southern city of Aden, months after being targeted in a suicide bombing that forced him to leave the country.Aid agency Doctors Without Borders (MSF) called for a full investigation into an attack on a hospital in Yemen this month in which it says six people were killed and at least seven wounded, mostly medical staff and patients.MSF said coalition jets had bombed Haydan hospital in Saada Province in October and a mobile clinic was hit in a strike in Taiz in south Yemen in December, wounding eight, including two MSF staff.
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