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Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques

Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at two mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city.

Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
A Yemeni man inspects the damage following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni security forces and Shiite Huthi militiamen remove charred bodies from the site of a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni security forces and Shiite Huthi militiamen remove a charred body from the site of a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni emergency personnel and Shiite Huthi militiamen carry a body on a stretcher following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni security forces and Shiite Huthi militiamen stand next to charred bodies following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni security forces and Shiite Huthi militiamen carry a body on a stretcher following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)
Bomb explosions at Yemeni mosques
Yemeni armed men inspect the damage following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sanaa on March 20, 2015. Triple suicide bombings killed at least 55 people at mosques in the Yemeni capital attended by Shiite Huthi militiamen who have seized control of the city. (AFP/Getty Images)