At least five people have been injured, after a car bomb was detonated, near the headquarters of Yemen’s central bank, in the southern city of Aden.
A car laden with explosives blew up near the headquarters of Yemen’s central bank in the southern city of Aden on Saturday and five people were injured, local security sources said.
Security guards fired at the car as it moved at high speed toward the bank’s building and it then blew up, they said.
The blast caused minor damage to the building in a central district of Aden known as Crater and two cars nearby, one belonging to security guards and the other to a private citizen, caught fire and burned.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.