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    At least 60 people were killed by a Daesh suicide bomber on a car rammed into a group of recruits at the camp in the southern Yemeni city of Aden, according to media reports.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A suicide bombing killed at least 60 people at an army training camp in the southern Yemeni city of Aden on Monday, media reported, citing security officials.

    Earlier in the day, an attacker on a car rammed into a group of recruits at the camp, with initial reports saying that 45 people died and over 60 others were injured in the incident.

    ​Daesh jihadist group has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on an army recruits’ camp in the Yemeni southern city of Aden, according to Arabic media. 

    The Irish Independent newspaper said citing hospital staff said that dozens of those who had been wounded in the attack and sent to Al-Wali hospital have succumbed to their wounds.


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