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Explosions reported in Hadi’s Aden palace, possibly Yemeni drone strike

Loud explosions and gunfire has been reported near Maashiq Palace in Aden, the seat of the Saudi-backed Hadi regime. According to several sources, this may have been the result of a Yemeni drone bombarding the headquarters of the pro-Saudi puppet government.

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SANA’A – A series of loud explosions and gunfire has been reported to have taken place at the Maashiq Palace in Aden, the “capital” of the Saudi-imposed regime of Abrabbuh Mansur Hadi.

According to local sources, a series of powerful blasts rocked the Kritar district of Aden on Tuesday, followed by medium arms fire near the palace, which serves as the “presidential office” of Hadi and his regime. Media loyal to the South Yemeni seperatist movement have already claimed the gunfire to have come from anti-aircraft guns positioned around Maashiq Palace.

Several other sources, reported by the Yemen Press Agency, claim that the explosion was the result of a Yemeni drone aircraft bombing the presidential palace, which would explain the anti-aircraft fire. If this is true, it would mean that the National Salvation Government of the Republic of Yemen has found a way to penetrate deep into Saudi-occupied land in order to carry out airstrikes on the heart of the pro-Saudi regime.

Historian specializing in Arab history, Islamic studies and geopolitical analysis. Active in the anti-imperialist movement in Belgium

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