Afghan guards stand at the gate of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital after an air strike in the city of Kunduz, Afghanistan October 3, 2015.
Afghan guards stand at the gate of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital after an air strike in the city of Kunduz, Afghanistan October 3, 2015.Reuters

A facility of the medical aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders, was hit by airstrikes in Yemen on Monday while patients and doctors were inside the building. 

There have been no reports on casualties yet. At least 5 Saudi coalition airstrikes hit the MSF facility located in Saada in Yemen, according to reports.  

"The air raids resulted in the destruction of the entire hospital with all that was inside - devices and medical supplies - and the moderate wounding of several people," a doctor told Yemen's state news agency Saba. 

Just earlier this month, a MSF hospital in Afghanistan's Kunduz region was destroyed in an airstrike by US forces which also left at least 30 people dead. 

The Doctors Without Borders had called the incident to be investigated as a war crime. 

Saudi Arabia has led a coalition for carrying out airstrikes against the Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen who had attempted to seize power in the capital city of Sanaa earlier this year. 

Some of the other airstrikes in recent days also reportedly hit a girls' school and several houses in Saada.