This moment, recorded by an AFP photo reporter, has shaken social media users, enraging them as children suffer because of the war waging.
AFP states that the school was damaged in an air strike during fighting between Saudi-backed government forces and Huthi rebels.
The photo was taken on September 3, the first day of school in Yemen, according to the agency.
The war had turned Yemen into the battlefield of the world's worst humanitarian crisis. UN welcomes those announcements, while the Saudis expect actions, not words, Deutsche Welle reports.
Blocked accounts are in countries like the United Arab Emirates, China, and Spain.
Twitter has closed thousands of accounts around the world for spreading fake news as well as for propaganda. The blocked profiles are in countries such as the United Arab Emirates, China and Spain, according to BGNES.
The Saudi-led coalition launched a military operation north of Yemen's port city of Hodeidah against what it described as "legitimate military targets", Saudi state TV Al Ekhbariya informs, as Reuters reports.
The coalition said it had called on civilians to stay away from the area and said the operation was carried out in accordance with humanitarian law.
Documents obtained by BIRN show that the management of the Serbian arms manufacturer Krusik hid key information about deals it agreed with GIM - a private arms intermediary connected to Branko Stefanovic, father of Serbia's Interior Minister, Nebojsa Stefanovic - and with Jugoimport SDPR, a Serbian state-owned intermediary.