Alwaght- A car bomb targeted on Sunday the convoy of governor in Yemen's port city of Aden, killing at least four people.
A vehicle rigged with explosives targeted the convoy of Aden’s governor, Ahmed Lamlas, who survived the blast, sources told local media.
Unnamed officials who talked to the AFP news agency said four people had been killed in the explosion. A security source said the governor of Aden and a government minister were in the area at the time but survived the blast.
Southern Yemen has recently been paralyzed by the struggle for power between the government of exiled president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi and the Southern Transitional Council (STC).
The former allies of the Saudi Arabia-led coalition have fallen apart, with all attempts by Riyadh to end the standoff so far proving unsuccessful.
There were clashes and gunfire in Aden last Saturday, which saw armored vehicles deployed in the city and at least four fatalities were reported.