Huge explosions and gunfire came from Yemen’s Aden airport
According to news reports on the 30th, there were huge explosions and gunfires at Yemen’s Aden airport.
The bombing in Yemen’s Aden airport area has killed 5 people and injured 20
The bombing in the Aden airport area in Yemen has killed 5 people and injured 20
According to the Russian satellite news agency on the 30th, a source said that a large-scale explosion and shooting at Yemen’s Aden airport on Wednesday killed 5 people and injured 20.
At the time of the explosion, a plane carrying the new Yemeni government landed at the airport.
Sources said that the new cabinet members were not injured in the explosion.
The bombing at Yemen’s Aden airport has killed 10 people and injured more than 20 people.
According to the Russian satellite news agency, the bombing at the airport in Aden, Yemen, has killed 10 people and injured more than 20 people. At the time of the explosion, a plane carrying members of the new Yemeni government was landing at the airport. Sources said that no new cabinet members were injured in the explosion.
The Prime Minister of the United Government of Yemen condemned the airport bombing as a cowardly terrorist act.
According to Middle East Eye News Network, the Prime Minister of the coalition government of Yemen, Muin Abdul-Malik Said, has just tweeted condemning the “cowardly terrorist acts” launched by the attackers of the bombing at Yemen’s Aden airport.
The report said that he tweeted: “The cowardly terrorist act targeting Aden airport is part of a war against the Yemeni state and our great people. It will only make us more determined to fulfill our duties until the coup is over.”
On December 30th, local time, members of the newly formed Yemeni government returned to Aden, the temporary capital of Yemen, by special plane from Saudi Arabia. Just as the special plane arrived at Aden Airport, a big explosion occurred at Aden Airport, causing casualties. According to witnesses at the scene and Saudi media reports, cabinet members, including Moine Abdul-Malik Said, were subsequently safely transferred to the presidential palace.