Death Toll in Terrorist ISIL Yemen Mosque Attack Rises to 32
The death toll of a twin bombings claimed by the Takfiri ISIL group against a mosque in the Yemeni capital, reached 32, medical sources said in an updated toll Thursday.
A further 92 people were wounded in Wednesday’s bombings, the latest in a string of attacks carried out by the Takfiri so-called group “Islamic State in Iraq and Levant”.
A suicide bomber blew himself up, targeting worshippers inside the mosque in the Jarraf district of north Sanaa.
A car bomb was detonated outside minutes later, targeting the first aid volunteers who rushed to aid the people who were injured in the first blast.
Earlier, medical sources put the death toll at 20, and then at 28.