Isis News: Suicide Attack Leaves At Least 54 Dead In Yemen
The latest ISIS news reported a deadly car bomb attack, which has killed at least 54 people at a military camp in the southern Yemen city of Aden. It was a suicide bomb attack carried out by the terrorist group on Monday morning. The health ministry said approximately 60 people have suffered severe injuries and were rushed to the nearby hospital for treatment.
Officials told the reporters the suicide bomb attack took place in the crowded Mansoura neighborhood this morning when people were busy rushing to their workplaces. This is not the first time that Mansoura was targeted for a terror attack. In 2013, 16 people were killed in a bombing at Mansoura. The target was the city’s security directorate building that was partially collapsed after the attack.
According to reports, the Mansoura suicide bombing 2016 is a massacre that has fetched the highest death toll in any attack in Aden in the past. The attacker had targeted a school where conscripts of the Popular Committees, forces allied to the globally recognized President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, had gathered for breakfast. Witnesses claimed the suicide bomber had entered the school compound behind a vehicle which brought breakfast for the conscripts.
The latest ISIS news has shaken the entire nation owing to the merciless killings. Reports reveal there is tremendous chaos and panic around the attack area. Witnesses claim there was bloodshed and body parts scattered all over the place after the blast took place. Reportedly, most casualties were in their 20s and 30s and were enrolling for military training in Djibouti and Eritrea.
Sources claim it was a shaky and disastrous morning. Another witness claimed that the explosion rocked the windows of his house, but he was lucky enough to escape death. Ambulances run by medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) arrived at the scene in order to ferry victims and casualties to hospitals.
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