Death toll from the two suicide bombs that targeted a Huthi mosque in Sanaa reached 32 while 89 others were injured, a medical source told SABA on Thursday.
On Wednesday evening, two suicide bombers rocked a mosque in Jarraf district in northern Sanaa.
The source added that the death toll may rise again due to the critical situation of a number of cases and the shortage of medications in the hospitals.
Earlier, a suicide bomber blew up himself in a mosque then a booby-trapped car exploded outside the mosque while people were moving the injured out of the destroyed mosque.
Yemen descended into chaos last September, when the Houthis overran the capital Sanaa and other provinces, prompting Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies to launch a massive air campaign against the Houthis