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Blasts Hit Yemen’s Aden Airport As New Unity Govt Arrives

Blast Hit Yemen as new govt arrive

As soon as the newly formed Yemeni government arrived at Aden’s airport, from Saudi Arabia, loud blasts and gunfire were heard Loud blasts and gunfire were heard at Aden’s airport .

Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik and the cabinet ministers were transferred safely to the city’s presidential palace.

The number of casualties have not been confirmed yet but it is being said that at least five people have been dead and dozens have been injured in the attack.

A media correspondent at the scene has said that two explosions were heard when the cabinet ministers were leaving the aircraft.

The formation of the new 24-member cabinet, which was sworn in on Saturday by Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, forges a joint front against the fighters who have seized much of the north.

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