Dozens of doctors have on Monday announced a general strike in a medical complex in Yemen’s southern city of Aden, according to medical sources.
The sources said the strike came after a female doctor was stabbed by an acquaintance of one of patients in Craiter district in October.
During a protest rally, the doctors demanded to be provided with security bodyguards to protect the complex with its medical staff.
As a part of the security chaos, a violent explosion on Monday hit the fishing port of Tawahi district in Aden province.
A local source said that the explosion was caused by a rocket-propelled grenade launched by a soldier at the port, confirming that the rocket did not cause any casualties.
Aden and the southern provinces are witnessing continuous assassinations, unprecedented security chaos and fighting among mercenary factions, in light of the Saudi-Emirati occupation.