Smoke seen rising from presidential palace after anti-aircraft guns fire at unidentified warplanes

By REUTERS
March 19, 2015 15:21

 
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ADEN - Anti-aircraft guns opened fire at an unidentified warplanes flying over the presidential palace in the southern city of Aden on Thursday after sounds of two explosions were heard, witnesses said.



Smoke was seen rising from the hill-top compound, where President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi is based, the residents said. It was not immediately clear if Hadi was inside the compound.

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