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Deadly car bombs hit Yemen, day after almost 200 killed

Two deadly car bombs hit the capital Sanaa and a southern city in Yemen, a day after air strikes and clashes killed almost 200 people.

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Another shameful attack on Yemen. A car bomb was activated outside a mosque in Sanaa, Yemen’s capital, on Tuesday. At least one person was killed and five are seriously wounded. It is the latest attack on Shiite rebels by the Islamic State group.

This tragedy comes only day after a Saudi-led group bombarded towns and cities in Yemen, killing around 200 people. It was stated to be the deadliest day of this air war.

The said car bomb exploded at the Al-Raoudh mosque as the worshipers were leaving the evening prayers, according to witnesses.

Three weeks earlier, a Sunni group that thinks considers Shiites to be heretics, bombed mosques in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

In the 21st century we her every day that people are killed, starved and tortured. While one side thinks they are doing good for the glory of their faith and religion, some innocent children are left alone, without families, homes and any future.

This is a sad year for people of Yemen. According to UNHCR, more than one million people have been displaced, joining 300,000 who already had been homeless before the war, and 46,000 and counting have left Yemen.