BBC accused of covering up Theresa May’s role in the horrific murder of 29 children

Tom D. Rogers - 10 August 2018

The British public broadcaster, the BBC, have been accused of intentionally covering up the role played by the UK government and Theresa May in the horrific murder of at least 29 children in a devastating attack on a school bus yesterday afternoon.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) reported that the lifeless bodies of at least 29 children – the majority whom were under 10 years old – had been received into a hospital in Sa’ada, Yemen, following a Saudi-led military strike on a Yemeni school bus carrying dozens of school children.

The ICRC also reported that 48 others had been injured, 30 of whom were said to be children.

However, the Yemeni Al-Masirah TV station claimed that the figures were even higher, reporting that 47 people may have been killed, with another 77 wounded... See more


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