A Saudi-led coalition airstrike allegedly killed at least 20 children in Yemen on Thursday, according to several reports from journalists on the ground.
"Saudi coalition has reportedly targeted displaced people and a private house, killing 31 mostly children in al-Duraihimi district, according to health ministry in capital Sana.".
It's unclear at this point exactly how many civilians were killed, and how the airstrike was carried out.
The alleged airstrike comes two weeks after a Saudi-led coalition airstrike killed dozens of children in a school bus in northern Yemen.
The bomb used in the Saudi-led coalition airstrike on August 9 was reportedly a 500-pound (227 kilogram) laser-guided MK 82 bomb made by Lockheed Martin, a top US defense contractor.
The US' support for the coalition, however, especially after the airstrike that killed dozens of children two weeks ago, has drawn condemnation from US politicians.
In January, Germany and Norway announced that they would stop selling weapons to countries in the Saudi-led coalition over the war in Yemen. »