Baku.4 March.REPORT.AZ/ At least 27 Houthis have reportedly been killed in a series of suspected attacks by al-Qaeda in Yemen's Al-Bayda Governorate, Report informs.
At least 27 Houthis have been killed in a series of suspected attacks by al-Qaida in Yemen's Al-Bayda Governorate, sources said.
Ten people were killed after militants from al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) launched an attack on a stadium which was used by the Houthis as a training camp in the city of Al-Bayda.
Another eight Houthis died in an AQAP suicide car bombing attack on a gathering of the Shia Houthi group at a school in Az Zahir District in al-Bayda Governorate.
In separate development, at least nine Houthis were killed in a roadside bomb explosion in Az Zahir District.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has claimed responsibility for the attacks.