A suspected al-Qaida bomb attack killed three Yemeni soldiers and wounded five others Friday, a military source said, the second attack in days on security forces in Yemen's southeastern Hadramawt province.
An explosive device planted in the town of Seyun was detonated remotely as a vehicle carrying army personnel passed by, the source said.
Three soldiers were killed on Wednesday in a similar bombing west of Seyun.
Security forces are often the target of deadly attacks, which are usually blamed on al-Qaida militants, who are active in the violence-wracked country.
Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is considered by Washington as the jihadist network's most dangerous affiliate.
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