Police tape cordons off the site of a car bomb attack in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
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An attack on Houthi rebel leaders in Yemen's capital claimed by ISIS has killed at least 28 people, medics said Tuesday, in the latest sectarian assault by the Sunni extremists.Yemen was previously the preserve of ISIS' militant rival Al-Qaeda, which controls swaths of the south and east, but since March the group has claimed a string of high-profile attacks.ISIS said online it had organized the attack on a "Shiite nest".Just Friday, a Saudi ISIS suicide bomber killed 26 people and wounded 227 in a Shiite mosque in Kuwait.In Yemen, ISIS claimed a car bombing that killed two people outside a Houthi mosque in Sanaa on June 20 and a series of attacks in the capital four days earlier that killed 31 .
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