The media found out that the United States has sold Saudi Arabia the bomb, which killed 40 children

The bomb of August 9 was used by the coalition led by Saudi Arabia, during the attack on a school bus and a market in Yemen, was sold in a deal for the supply of arms, approved by the U.S. Department of state.

Working with local journalists and experts on ammunition, the news service of CNN found out that the weapon, the result of which killed 40 children, 227-pound bomb MK 82 laser-guided, and its manufacturer is the American military-industrial Corporation Lockheed Martin is one of the main contractors of the Ministry of defense.

The bomb used by the Saudi-led coalition in a devastating attack on a school bus in Yemen was sold as part of a US State Department-sanctioned arms deal with Saudi Arabia, munitions experts told CNN

— CNN (@CNN) August 17, 2018

Press Secretary of the Pentagon, Lieutenant commander Rebecca Ribaric refused to confirm the origin of the bomb.

«Although we have not conducted independent verification of civilian casualties, which we do not have a direct relationship, also urge all sides to reduce the number of such victims, including those that died as a result of the use of ballistic missiles in the settlements in Saudi Arabia», — commented on the air strike, the representative of the military Department.

Right from the attack scene in Dahian town #Saada, I got remnants of a guided bomb used in attacking the school bus with #US markings on it. #America has its hands stained with #Yemen kid’s blood!

— Ahmad Algohbary (@AhmadAlgohbary) August 13, 2018

After several attacks in 2016, took hundreds of lives, former US President Barack Obama has banned the sale of military technologies as the precision guidance of Saudi Arabia. In March 2017 — after the inauguration, Donald trump was at one time the Secretary of state Rex Tillerson lifted the ban.

In this connection observers to monitor the conflict and human rights groups, the question arises, does the US have any moral responsibility for what happened. But Washington says it will not take any decisions about a tip for the coalition, which is fighting with the rebel Houthi rebellion in Yemen.