At least 14 people were killed in a series of bombings Monday that targeted troops in Yemen's southeastern city of Mukalla, which Al-Qaeda was driven out of in April, a security official said.
Three simultaneous bombings hit security checkpoints in the coastal city, followed by a fourth which struck the entrance of an army camp, the official said.
"Fourteen people were killed according to a preliminary toll," he added.
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