31 December 2020
As the newly formed cabinet of Yemen arrived in the Southern City of Aden, an explosion killed at least 22 people and injured over 50.
Whilst the Prime Minister and his cabinet are reported to be okay, amongst those killed are aid workers and officials. Yemen’s information minister has accused Houthi rebels of being behind this “cowardly terrorist act”.
The conflict in Yemen, which began in 2015, has resulted in the deaths of more than 110,000 people and has left millions on the brink of famine.
Read more from the BBC.
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