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Yemen-Securite / Marib (Lead 1): Lead 1-Yemen-At least 8 dead in Marib in an alleged attack of Houthis
(updated With additional items, revised upward assessment)
by Mohammed Ghobari
Aden, June 10 (Reuters) - At least eight people were killed on Thursday in explosions that shook the Yemeni city of Marib, said the authorities, while the Government Recognized by the International Community denounced an attack of the Shiite Houthis rebels that attempt to seize the oil-rich region.
The Minister of Information said via Twitter that the rebels had launched two ballistic missiles and two armed drones, reaching a mosque, a shopping center and a women's detention center.
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Muanmar Al-Iryani expressed an initial assessment of eight deaths, including women, and nearly thirty wounded.
earlier, Reuters learned from two medical sources that a hospital of the city had received the corpses of five people killed in the explosions and threatened more than 15 wounded.
No comment was made immediately by the houthis, aligned with Iran, who seek to seize the last bastion in the northern government recognized by the international community.
A spokesman for the Yemeni army, speaking on television, said two missiles had been launched, one having reached a residential area, the other a market. Two drones were also launched, he added.
These are the "highest explosions heard in Marib in four years," said Reuters a city inhabitant, Abdoulsalam Ghaleb.
earlier this month, at least 17 people died in an explosion near a marib gas station, an explosion caused by the government by a missile fired by the houthis. The rebellious movement said for its part to have only targeted a military camp.
The Coalition under Saudi Commandement, which has been militarily involved in Yemen against Houthis since 2015, it has announced Thursday to destroy a drone pulled by the rebels towards the southern Saudi Arabia. The Houthis have recently intensified their cross-border attacks. (Mohammed Ghobari in Aden, Alaa Swilam and Ahmed Toba in Cairo; French version Jean Terzian)
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