UN official says airstrikes kill over 30 civilians in Yemen
Sunday, February 16, 2020, 8:05 PM
Strikes killed more than 30-civilians in a mountainous northern Yemeni province Saturday, U.N. humanitarian-chief for the country said, calling the attack "shocking." The Yemeni-rebels, known as Houthis, accused the Saudi-led coalition of launching retaliatory airstrikes, after they shot down a warplane for coalition over the province of Jawf. Al-Maliki was quoted as saying the plane was providing air support for Yemeni-government-forces fighting the Houthis.
Number Of Dead In Alabama Tornadoes Likely To Rise As Search Resumes
Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 1:31 PM
Rescuers uncovered widespread damage in Alabama caused by two back-to-back tornadoes that ripped across the southern-state, with the death toll of 23 expected to rise further. "It looks almost as if someone took a giant knife and scraped the ground," said Sheriff Jay Jones of Lee County, which borders Georgia. "There are slabs where homes formerly stood, there is debris everywhere, trees are snapped."