Daesh claims responsibility for deadly Sanaa bombing, killing 28
Two Houthi leaders were among 28 people killed in the Sanaa bombing. (AFP/File)
The ISIL terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the recent bombing in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, which reportedly killed 28 people.
The terrorist group claimed in an online statement that it was behind the deadly bomb attack that targeted the residence of two leaders of the Houthi movement in Sanna on Monday night.
Security officials close to the Houthis said the car bomb went off behind a military hospital in Sanaa, and targeted Houthi leaders Faisal and Hamid Jayash during a gathering to mourn the death of a family member.
ISIL claimed a June 20 car bombing against Qubat al-Mahdi Mosque in the Yemeni capital, which killed three people and wounded 16 others.