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Fri - 07 Dec 2018 - 01:38 AM ،،،

 Conflicting reports surrounded the powerful explosions that shook the pro-rebel-held capital, Sana'a, at a late hour on Thursday evening.

The explosions were heard after firing six Houthi ballistic missiles at Saudi territory and after the launch of the UN-sponsored peace talks in Sweden between the internationally recognized government and the pro-Iran Houthi coupist militia with a view to ending the crisis in Yemen.

Local sources in Sana'a said that the explosions were violent in different areas in Yemen's capital, in the Airport neighborhood, northeast of Sanaa, near to Dhabwa Camp in Hiziz area south of Sana'a and a number of explosions were heard too close to the Presidential Palace in Nahdeen area. The actual causes of the explosions still unknown.