At least 31 people were killed and dozens more left injured when four separate car bombs exploded outside three mosques and the political headquarters of the Houthi movement in Sanaa, Wednesday. Whilst no one has claimed responsibility for the attacks, attacks of a similar nature have been carried out by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula in the past. The Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militias have also claimed to have coordinated attacks in the conflict-ridden country. The bombings occured alongside Saudi-led airstrikes which have continued, despite ongoing peace talks in Geneva, which are seeking to concretise a Ramadan truce to allow much needed respite to Yemen's civilians who face a humanitarian catastrophe, the UN have said, with the Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recently calling Yemen a "time bomb" which requires international action to prevent disaster.
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