An injured Yemeni man is carried on a stretcher at a hospital following twin bombings that targeted Yemeni forces in Aden.
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Twin bombings claimed by Daesh (ISIS) hit Yemeni forces in Aden Monday, killing at least 41 people in the latest of a spate of attacks in the southern city.The attacks in Aden, which is serving as the temporary government headquarters after rebels forced authorities from the capital, follow a major military operation against militants in parts of southern and southeastern Yemen.In the first attack, a suicide bomber killed 34 people queuing to enlist at a recruitment center near the Badr base in Aden's Khor Maksar district, said Brig. Gen. Nasser al-Sarei, the commander of Yemen's special security forces.Aden has seen a wave of attacks in recent months claimed by Al-Qaeda or its militant rival Daesh after government forces drove Houthi rebels out of the port city in July with heavy support from an Arab-led coalition.
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