11 headless bodies found in Aden

11 headless bodies found in Aden
Updated 15 December 2016

11 headless bodies found in Aden

11 headless bodies found in Aden

ADEN: Eleven headless bodies have been dumped in a nature reserve in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden, a local news website reported on Wednesday.
The Aden Al-Ghad news website quoted a security source in the city as saying that the male bodies were found on Tuesday evening in Al-Hiswa reserve, west of Aden.
It was not clear who killed the men and why, but Aden Al-Ghad said the condition of the bodies suggested they had been dumped there more than a month ago.
Yemen's second largest city has been suffering from lawlessness, as armed groups including Daesh and Al-Qaeda continue to maintain influence nearly a year and-a-half after supporters of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, backed by Arab coalition troops, drove the Iran-aligned Houthis out.
The government is struggling to restore security to the city of one million. The southern port city is under the control of the internationally recognized government.
Last Saturday, a suicide bomber killed 50 soldiers when he blew himself up at a military base in the city in the latest of a series of attacks claimed by Daesh.