It's interesting to note how this has been edited:
This was the original headline:
Yemen: more than 200 feared dead or injured after airstrike on prison
now it reads:
Yemen: Saudi-led airstrike on rebel-run prison kills at least 60 and wounds 200
Both the "saudi-led" and "rebel-run" are intended to soften the impact; "saudi-led" seems to leave the suggestion open that they didn't actually do the bombing but maybe just provided intel. I presume a "rebel-run" prison is a much more deserving target than just a normal prison.
Also, in the newer, edited version these paragraphs have been completely omitted:
Further south in the port town of Hodeida, three children died when airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition hit a telecommunications facility as they played nearby, Save the Children said. Yemen also suffered a country-wide internet blackout.
“The children were reportedly playing on a nearby football field when missiles struck,” Save the Children said.
and replaced with:
The violence marked an especially deadly day in the seven-year war, leaving bystanders searching through rubble with their bare hands to rescue those trapped in two locations: a prison in the city of Sa’ada and a telecommunications centre in the port city of Hodeidah, where three children playing football nearby were reported to have been killed.
Much less detail, much less disturbing, much less definite. They are now only "reported" to have been killed. No mention of the strike on a "communications facility" which sounds like it could be a war crime.
Also these quotes have been cut down:
Basheer Omar, spokesperson for the International Committee for the Red Cross in Yemen, told AFP: “There are more than 100 killed and injured … the numbers are going up.”
Other sources said 60 had been killed.
Ahmed Mahat, Doctors Without Borders’ head of mission in Yemen, said: “There are many bodies still at the scene of the airstrike, many missing people.”
“It is impossible to know how many people have been killed. It seems to have been a horrific act of violence.
now appears as:
“From what I hear from my colleague in Sa’ada there are many bodies still at the scene of the airstrike, many missing people,” said Ahmed Mahat, the Médecins Sans Frontières head of mission in Yemen. “It is impossible to know how many people have been killed. It seems to have been a horrific act of violence.”
with the comment from the Red Cross putting the fatalities higher being completely absent.
I can't remember the site where you can see the versions side by side with colour highlighting the differences but here's the link to the wayback machine version so you can see other differences:
An interesting example of them fine-tuning and doctoring their "reporting" to protect official allies.