Islamic State claims responsibility for deadly attack in Yemen

The Islamic State extremist militia says it was behind the attack in Yemen's temporary capital Aden, according to the Amaaq news agency, which has links to the group.

An explosive device was detonated, killing five soldiers and injuring seven others, the group says.

The Islamic State's claim could not be independently verified by dpa.

Last update: Tue, 12/04/2016 - 11:35

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