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Video: Houthis bury dozens of bomb victims

Houthis have blamed the US and Israel for conspiring to undermine the Houthi movement
Shiite Houthis have repeatedly been the victims of attacks by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (Mawry/MEE)

Following a bomb attack in Sana'a last Thursday, 9 October, which killed at least 47 people, Houthis line the street of the capital mourning the dead in a funeral procession on Wednesday.

Though the attack is thought to have been carried out by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), many Houthis blame America and Israel, as well as their allies in the Gulf, who they see as being behind a conspiracy to undermine their movement.

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