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Several explosions hit Yemen’s Aden airport that killed at least 22 people and injured more than 50 people on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia accused Iran-backed Houthi rebels of being behind the explosion, but the group has not claimed responsibility.
In the airport attack, loud blasts and gunfire were heard shortly after the plane arrived from Riyadh and three mortar shells had landed on the airport’s hall.
The attack created a large hole in the ground and caused severe damage to an airport hall.
The southern port city of Aden has been mired in violence because of a rift between the separatists and Hadi’s government, based there after being driven from the capital by the Houthis in 2014.
“The attacks were timed with the arrival of new Yemeni government officials and once again demonstrate the malicious intent of those trying to destabilize Yemen,” U.S. State Department spokesman Cale Brown said in a statement,