The deaths marked the latest confrontation that has made 2022 the deadliest year of violence in the occupied territory since 2015.
The bombardment came just days after fighting erupted on Tigray's southern border between government forces and rebels, ending a five-month truce.
The botched strike killed 10 civilians, including aid worker Zemari Ahmadi, his relatives and children.
At least 4 civilians were killed and several others wounded when Iran-backed rebels targeted a fuel station in Shabwa.
According to an investigation by the New York Times, documents from hidden Pentagon archives reveal imprecise targeting and dozens of civilians' deaths since 2014 with next to no accountability.
Hundreds of locals gather to bury 14 coal miners killed by an elite military commando unit in Nagaland, India, after the forces in the border state mistook a group of labourers for militants and opened fire.
The decision came after a New York Times investigation found that the US military tried to hide the 2019 Syria strike, which killed at least 70 civilians, including women and children.
During the first half of 2021, some 1,659 civilians were killed and another 3,254 wounded – a 47 percent increase compared with the same period last year, a UNAMA report said.
Recent data shows the war in Yemen has created a catastrophe for children at the hands of the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthis.
In a military operation on April 1, Indian armed forces killed 13 rebels and four civilians in south Kashmir and injured over 100 unarmed protesters. We visit the families of victims.
The UN says more than 2,500 civilians have been killed this year in Afghanistan. The government, Taliban and Daesh are battling for control of the country, and international support doesn't seem to be helping.
London-based monitor Airwars estimates that tens of thousands of civilians have been killed by internationally-backed forces since August 2014 in both Iraq & Syria.
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