Aden attacks kill 15 soldiers from coalition, Yemen allies

By REUTERS
October 6, 2015 12:53

 
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DUBAI - Attacks on several targets in Aden on Tuesday killed 15 soldiers from a Saudi-led Arab coalition and its Yemeni allies, the official WAM news agency of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) reported on its Twitter feed.

Explosions hit a hotel housing Yemeni officials and a Gulf military base in Aden, a government spokesman and residents said, in the biggest attack on the government since it retook the city from its Houthi foes in July.

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