Coalition wants urgent talks over MSF Yemen pullout

Nineteen people died this week in an air strike on this MSF-supported hospital in the rebel-held north Yemen province of HajjaThe Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen said Friday it wanted urgent talks with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) over the charity’s withdrawal of staff from six hospitals in the war-torn country. “We very much regret MSF’s decision to evacuate staff from six hospitals in northern Yemen,” the coalition said. The coalition added that it values greatly MSF’s work “under difficult circumstances” in Yemen.

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