Yemeni Prime Minister Abdel Aziz bin Habtoor (C) visits the site of a funeral hall building destroyed a year ago by reported Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, in the capital Sanaa October 8, 2017. (AFP / MOHAMMED HUWAIS)
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Yemeni police have arrested 10 members of the Islamist Al-Islah party, the group said Wednesday, following a roadside bombing that killed a cleric with ties to the United Arab Emirates.Imam Yassin al-Adani, a Yemeni cleric who serves as spiritual adviser to UAE troops allied with the government in Yemen's war, was killed when a roadside bomb struck his car near the Zayed mosque in the southern city of Aden on Tuesday, multiple security sources told AFP.In a statement received by AFP Wednesday, Al-Islah said police had arrested 10 members of the Sunni Islamist movement at dawn, including under-secretary general Mohammed Abdulmalik and a field commander.
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