Saudi Arabia says UN report on Yemen 'inaccurate and misleading'

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UNITED NATIONS - Saudi Arabia on Friday rejected the information and figures in a United Nations report blaming the Saudi-led military coalition for killing or injuring 683 children in Yemen as "inaccurate and misleading."

"We exercise the maximum degree of care and precaution to avoid civilian harm," Abdallah Al-Mouallimi, the Saudi UN envoy, said in a statement released at the United Nations.

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