One dead, several wounded in armed attack on a mosque in Hadhramout
One person was killed and about 20 others were injured, as a result of a grenade attack on a mosque during Friday prayers, in Yemen's Hadhramout.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in Yemen reported that a person was killed and about 20 others were injured, following a grenade attack on a mosque during Friday prayers, west of Hadhramout, controlled by the Saudi-appointed Presidential Council government in the eastern part of the country.
Reports said that a gunman, motivated by a tribal dispute, threw a grenade at worshippers in Al-Ziyar mosque in the Yabath district, west of Hadhramout, and that the security authorities managed to arrest the attacker.
Earlier today, Al Mayadeen correspondent in Sanaa reported that about 20 members of the Saudi-appointed Presidential Council forces were killed and wounded in clashes that took place with the Yemeni Armed Forces and Popular Committees in Al-Akd area in the Wadi Ubaidah district, southeast of Marib, which is rich in oil and gas in northeastern Yemen.
The Sanaa government has previously accused Washington of obstructing peace in Yemen, stressing that the United States of America is trying to burn the stages, with the aim of obstructing any sincere efforts to achieve sustainable peace in Yemen.