ADEN, Yemen – A car bomb has targeted a pro-United Arab Emirates militia forces headquarters in Yemen’s second largest city, Aden.
The deadly attack saw more than 30 fighters killed and five vehicles destroyed in the deadly attack.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack in announcements made through its affiliated media outlets including Amaq Agency.
The moment of the exploding attack can be seen below.
The aftermath of the attack can be seen in the photos below.
Yemen has been divided since Saudi Arabia began its aggression against the Houthi-led Ansarullah Movement in March 2015. The Ansarullah Movement control the capital city of Sana’a while Saudi and UAE-backed militants control Aden.
The internationally community mostly recognize the government operating in Aden.
Including in the mix besides the two rival governments are ISIS and Al-Qaeda who control areas of Yemen. They frequently conduct deadly suicide attacks in Aden resulting in the death of scores of people.
Elsewhere in the Middle East the Syrian Army has made gains in the East Ghouta town of Harasta, footage captured on Monday shows. The footage can be seen here.