Two explosions Thursday rocked Yemen's southern city of Aden, resulting in unspecified casualties, local security sources said.
A missile attack hit a military parade at an army camp west of the city controlled by a Saudi-backed government, a security official said. Dozens were reportedly killed.
The Houthi rebels said they were behind the attack. Their official channel Al Masirah TV said the Iran-aligned movement had launched a medium-range ballistic missile and an armed drone at the military parade.
The second explosion targeted a police facility in the city's Omar al-Mokhtar neighborhood.
Yemeni officials and witnesses say a suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden car into a police station, killing three people and wounding at least 20 others.
Aden is the seat of Yemen's internationally recognized government, which has been at war with the rebel Houthis who control the capital, Sanaa, and most of the country's north.
Source: National News Agency