Dozens killed in Yemen blast

People leaving a mosque after Friday prayers are among the victims.


    The blast came as people were leaving the Bin Salman mosque after Friday prayers.

    An Al Jazeera correspondent said the Imam of the mosque was the most likely target of the blast. He is also a military leader in the area.

    Saada province, situated in northwest Yemen, has been the site of a rebellion by members of the Zaidi community, a Shia group, that has killed thousands of people since 2004.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera and agencies


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