Suicide attackers set off car bombs in Yemen city

By REUTERS
December 18, 2014 17:47

 
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Suicide attackers set off two car bombs in Yemen's Red Sea port city of Hodeida on Thursday, killing themselves and causing a number of other casualties, sources in the Shi'ite Muslim Houthi movement told Reuters.

Three other suspected bombers were killed by members of so-called citizen committee security patrols before they were able to attack, the sources said.

"The bombs rocked the city. They were targeting a building that belonged to Houthi movement officials," said a resident.

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