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Yemen Aden Airport will reopen on January 3 to resume civil aviation flights.

A violent explosion at Yemen's Aden airport and gunfire have killed 22 people and injured more than 50 people.

A violent explosion occurred at the Gulf of Aden International Airport in Yemen. ( Photo Source: Russian Satellite News Agency)

On January 2nd local time, Yemen’s Aden International Airport announced that it would reopen on January 3 and resume the operation of civil aviation flights.

Aden International Airport is located in the southern city of Aden, Yemen, which is a military-civilian airport.

On December 30, three consecutive violent explosions occurred at Aden International Airport, causing many deaths and injuries.

At the time of the explosion, many government officials were welcoming cabinet members of the new coalition government returning from Saudi Arabia at the airport.

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