epa05513955 Yemenis inspect the site of a suicide bombing targeting a recruitment center in the southern port city of Aden, Yemen, 29 August 2016. According to reports, at least 60 people were killed by an Islamic State (IS) suicide bomber who drove an explosive car into a recruitment center run by pro-government militias in the southern Yemeni city of Aden.  EPA/STR
epa05513955 Yemenis inspect the site of a suicide bombing targeting a recruitment center in the southern port city of Aden, Yemen, 29 August 2016. According to reports, at least 60 people were killed by an Islamic State (IS) suicide bomber who drove an explosive car into a recruitment center run by pro-government militias in the southern Yemeni city of Aden. EPA/STR STR

Car bomb kills 70 army recruits

MORE than 70 people were killed and 98 wounded when an Islamic State group militant drove a car laden with explosives into an army recruiting centre in the Yemeni city of Aden on Monday.

The bombing was the deadliest jihadist attack on Aden in more than a year.

According to witnesses, some of the recruits were buried when a roof collapsed after the blast.

Officials said the attacker came through the gates when they were opened for a delivery vehicle. Aden is the temporary base of Yemen's internationally recognised government.



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