Seven people were killed in Yemen's port city of Aden on Tuesday when a vehicle bomb ripped through a military kitchen used by Yemeni forces trained and backed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), medics said.
The coalition, armed and backed by the West, joined the Yemen conflict in March 2015 after the Houthi group pushed towards Aden, forcing the internationally-recognised President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi into exile in Saudi Arabia. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack on the group's Amaq News Agency, which says more than 30 people were killed. Witnesses said the blast was caused by a auto laden with explosives, apparently driven by a suicide bomber towards the kitchen in Al Derain area in northern Aden. The focus of the operations is to militarily push AQAP out of southern Yemen.
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The attack in the north of the port city hit an army mess hall serving the so-called Security Belt brigade, a security source said.
Aden is controlled by the Yemeni government and its allies in a Saudi-led coalition, who are battling Shiite Huthi rebels who control the capital Sanaa and much of the north.
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The government established its headquarters in Aden, Yemen's second city, after the rebels forced it out of the capital. All of the UAE's military and political efforts focus on southern Yemen, where it has supported the Southern Transitional Council since a year ago.
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