An investigative body set up by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said on Tuesday it should apologize for a deadly attack on a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital in August that the group said killed 11 people.

Regarding the attack on the MSF hospital, the investigators wrote: “The coalition forces must extend an apology for this unintentional mistake and provide the proper assistance to the families with affected persons.”

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