At least a total of 54 persons have died with more than 10 injured, after an explosion occurred in Aden, Yemen. The location of this latest ISIS bombing is said to be an army camp.
Image shows soldiers and people gathering at the explosion site, after a suicide bomber drove a car filled with explosives into the local militia’s compound.
“ISIS has claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on an army camp in Yemen which at least 54 people,” the health ministry said, according to The Independent.
A spokesperson for the medical charity Medicins Sans Frontieres said at least 60 other wounded people had been brought into a hospital run by the charity in Aden.
ISIS’ Amaq news agency said the attack had killed about 60 new recruits.
“Around 60 dead in a martyrdom operation by a fighter from Islamic State targeting a recruitment centre in Aden city,” the statement said, without giving further details.