At least three people have been killed and over a dozen injured in an explosion at a mosque in the Yemeni capital Sana’a.
On Tuesday, Yemeni media reported that an explosive device went off at the mosque in southern Sana’a.
According to local reports, a grenade was the source of the blast.
On July 23, a grenade exploded outside another mosque in the capital as worshipers were leaving after midday prayers.
There were no injuries or casualties and no group claimed responsibility for the explosion under a parked car by the Bilal mosque in western Sana’a.