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137 killed in Yemeni Mosque Attacks

Sanaa, March 21: At least 137 people were killed and hundreds left injured after the suicide bombers stormed into two mosques during prayers on Friday in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. The most dreaded terror outfit Islamic States claimed the responsibility for the attacks.

The mosques were targeted this time by the ISIS militants in the country where the US has launched war against the Sunni Muslim militant group. The worshippers were the worst victim of the attacks. Four suicide bombers carried out the attacks in the mosques.

According to foreign media reports, the bodies were lying in and around the mosques. The pictures are shocking and the situation was painful.

 

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