Yemeni loyalist forces and onlookers gather at the scene of a suicide attack targeting the police chief in the base of the Saudi-backed government on April 28, 2016 in Yemen's second city Aden. AFP / SALEH AL-OBEIDI
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Gunmen killed a colonel in Yemen's second city Aden on Friday, a day after the temporary capital's police chief escaped a suicide bombing.The attack is the latest targeting senior officials in Aden, the base of the Saudi-backed government.Government forces also recaptured Huta, another provincial capital further west, this month.According to military sources, Yemeni government forces are now stationed on a road linking Aden to Zinjibar as they prepare to retake the provincial capital.
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