Suicide Attack On Sana’a Mosque

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SANAA: A suicide bombing outside a mosque in Yemeni capital killed seven people, media reports said on Wednesday. 

Islamic State group, fighting Shia Huthi fighters who codsxcsntrol Sanaa, claimed responsibility. 

A man wearing an explosives belt blew himself up at Al-Nour mosque, where both Sunnis and Shias pray in the northwest of the capital, witnesses said. 

The attack left “seven worshippers dead and wounded three others,” the sabanews.net website reported. 

ISIS claimed responsibility for a similar bombing SuSuicide Attack On Sana’a Mosque

SANAA: A suicide bombing outside a mosque in Yemeni capital killed seven people, media reports said on Wednesday. 

Islamic State group, fighting Shia Huthi fighters who control Sanaa, claimed responsibility. 

A man wearing an explosives belt blew himself up at Al-Nour mosque, where both Sunnis and Shias pray in the northwest of the capital, witnesses said. 

The attack left “seven worshippers dead and wounded three others,” the sabanews.net website reported. 

ISIS claimed responsibility for a similar bombing in Sanaa on September 24 that killed 25 people. 

The Iran-allied Ansarullah group has held the capital for more than a year, after sweeping south from their northern highlands. 

The fighters entered the main southern city of Aden in mid-March before being pushed out four months later by troops backed by a Saudi-led Arab coalition. icide Attack On Sana’a Mosque

SANAA: A suicide bombing outside a mosque in Yemeni capital killed seven people, media reports said on Wednesday. 

Islamic State group, fighting Shia Huthi fighters who control Sanaa, claimed responsibility. 

A man wearing an explosives belt blew himself up at Al-Nour mosque, where both Sunnis and Shias pray in the northwest of the capital, witnesses said. 

The attack left “seven worshippers dead and wounded three others,” the sabanews.net website reported. 

ISIS claimed responsibility for a similar bombing in Sanaa on September 24 that killed 25 people. 

The Iran-allied Ansarullah group has held the capital for more than a year, after sweeping south from their northern highlands. 

The fighters entered the main southern city of Aden in mid-March before being pushed out four months later by troops backed by a Saudi-led Arab coalition. in Sanaa on September 24 that killed 25 people. 

The Iran-allied Ansarullah group has held the capital for more than a year, after sweeping south from their northern highlands. 

The fighters entered the main southern city of Aden in mid-March before being pushed out four months later by troops backed by a Saudi-led Arab coalition. 

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