Three car bombs exploded Wednesday in the Yemeni capital targeting the homes of Huthi rebel leaders and a mosque, security sources said, as warring factions held peace talks in Geneva.
Two blasts rocked the northern Jaraf neighbourhood of Sanaa, outside the residences of Huthi officials Saleh al-Sammad and Taha al-Mutawakel, the sources said.
A third explosion hit a mosque frequented by Huthi supporters in the central Hayel district, they added.
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