Blasts in Sanaa, Yemen target area near Houthi political bureau

By REUTERS
June 17, 2015 19:38

 
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SANAA - Three big explosions were heard in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Wednesday which a spokesman for the Houthi movement said were caused by car bombs.

"Sanaa: car bombs exploded a little while ago in the Jiraf district," Hamed al-Bukhaiti wrote on his twitter account.

Residents said the explosions hit two mosques and an area near the Houthis' political bureau in the district. 

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