Dawn car bomb attack kills three in southern Yemen
At least three soldiers were killed in Yemen Tuesday from a suicide car bomb targeting security headquarters in the country's southern city of Aden, according to Agence France-Presse.
The car, which was "rammed" into the front gate of the security headquarters, exploded at dawn killing three and wounding several others.
The two "terrorists" who conducted the attack are currently being questioned by authorities after they were caught trying to penetrate the security gate for a second round of attacks immediately following the first explosion. The attempted second attack was halted by officials who intercepted the two perpetrators.
Authorities suspect that Al Qaeda, which has a strong presence in Yemen, will claim responsibility for the attacks.
Washington considers Yemen's Al Qaeda chapter as the most dangerous globally.