At least six soldiers killed in double suicide bombing in Yemen's Aden

By REUTERS
July 6, 2016 08:09

 
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ADEN - At least six Yemeni troops were killed and dozens were wounded on Wednesday when two suicide bombers blew up their cars at a military base in the southern city of Aden, security sources said.

About two dozen militants launched an attack on the soldiers inside the base after the explosions. Gun battles at the base, in the Khor Maksar district, were going on and military reinforcements were arriving, the sources said.

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