Eyewitnesses and local residents in the temporary Yemeni capital, Aden, southern Yemen, on Wednesday evening, reported the killing of a journalist, when an explosive device planted in his car exploded north-east of the city of Aden.
The sources said that journalist Saber Al-Haidari, who works A reporter for Japanese (NHK) TV died in the explosion that targeted the car he was driving on the main road in the Mansoura district on the northeastern outskirts of Aden. There immediately, and cordoned off the place, according to the same sources.
A similar crime had previously been witnessed in the city of Aden last November, targeting the car of journalist Mahmoud Al-Atami with an explosive device, which led to the killing and wounding of his wife and fetus.
While the assassination is the second of its kind targeting a media person in the city of Aden, on the ninth of last November, an explosive device exploded in the car of the photojournalist, Rasha Al-Harazi and her husband, the reporter Mahmoud Amin Al-Atmi, while they were in the city of Aden. Khormaksar district, east of Aden, which resulted in the death of her and her fetus, and Al-Atami was seriously injured.