Car bomb kills at least four people in Yemen capital
SANAA - A car bombing claimed by the Islamic State group (ISIS) near a mosque in Yemen's rebel-held capital killed four people Wednesday, medical sources and witnesses said.
An IS Twitter user calling himself Karar al-Moayad said the jihadist group had carried out the attack and that it had caused "several dead".
Witnesses said the blast went off near a mosque of the Bohra sect of Shiite Islam, not far from Ath-Thawra Hospital in the Rammah district of Sanaa, where several attacks claimed by ISIS have targeted Shiite rebels.
Another four people were wounded, a medical source said, raising an earlier toll of two killed to four.
Four people were also killed in a similar explosion on July 21, according to a toll provided by the Huthi insurgents who control large parts of Yemen.
ISIS bomb attacks targeting several Shiite mosques in the capital on March 21 killed 142 people.