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Saudi-led coalition blames 'wrong information' for funeral bombing in Yemen

A Saudi-led coalition on Saturday blamed “wrong information” for the bombing last weekend of a packed funeral hall in the rebel-held Yemeni capital that killed at least 140 people and wounded about 600.  The coalition's Joint Incidents Assessment Team, or JIAT, said a “party” affiliated with Yemen's...
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