Four Car bombs hit mosques in Yemen
One health official was quoted as saying that at least 23 people had died.
The blasts came as Saudi-led forces conducted more air strikes against Houthi military sites across Yemen and as delegates attending peace talks in Switzerland reported no progress on the second day of a U.N.-sponsored push for a Ramadan truce.
In March, attacks by Islamic State (IS) on mosques in Sanaa used mainly by Houthis left more than 130 people dead.
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