A group of militants detonated a car bomb, driving the vehicle into a government building in Yemen's southern city of Aden, a source present on the scene told Sputnik.
The bomb detonated near the Finance Ministry in one of the districts of the city, the source said, adding that the explosion resulted in deaths and injuries.
A source present on the scene reported later that the blast, allegedly carried out by militants of al-Qaeda terrorist group, left one person dead and four others injured.
A fierce car bomb rocked #Yemen’s #Aden-based Ministry of Finance early on Wednesday, residents confirmed.— مأرب الورد (@mareb_alward) November 29, 2017
The explosion, which was heard across the coastal city, caused considerable damage to the building in the Khormaksar district of the temporary capital. pic.twitter.com/ojYPADZEku