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SANA’A, YEMEN – DECEMBER 09: A man inspects the Yemen’s State Satellite Television Station after it was targeted by airstrikes of the Saudi-led coalition on December 09, 2017 in Sana’a, Yemen. At least four journalists were killed by airstrikes hit the Yemen’s State Satellite Television Station. (Photo by Mohammed Hamoud/Getty Images)

From Middle East Eye:

A Saudi-led coalition airstrike on the Houthi controlled Yemen’s State Satellite Television Station killed four guards on Saturday in the capital city Sana’a, according to the head guard who was injured during the airstrike.

“Air bombardment by the Saudi-American enemy targeted the building of the Yemen TV satellite channel, killing four citizens,” the rebel Al-Masirah news outlet said, taking a jab at US support for the Saudi-led coalition.

The head guard – himself wounded in the attack – told reporters at the scene the strike had hit his staff’s sleeping quarters, killing four of his colleagues.

“This is not a military post and there are no weapons here. This is just the house where we security guards live,” he said outside the heavily damaged Yemen TV building.