Rocket kills three in Medecins Sans Frontieres clinic in Yemen
A Yemeni man stands amid the rubble of a food storage warehouse after it was targeted by air strikes carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in the capital Sanaa on October 26, 2015. (AFP / Mohammed Huwais)
A missile hit a clinic run supported by the international medical NGO Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Razeh, northern Yemen on Sunday, killing three people, Reuters reports.
The MSF Twitter account wrote "a rocket landed in #MSF supported health center in Razeh, #Saada today. 3 killed 10 injured #Saada" according to Reuters.
The NGO did not say who they believed launched the missile.
The blast comes after another rocket from reported Saudi-led air strikes hit MSF health facilities elsewhere in the province in October, wounding two staff members and destroying the building.