Dramatic footage has emerged of an Al Qaeda attack on a military hospital in the Yemeni capital Sana'a.
The attack, which took place last Thursday, was part of a wider terrorist assault on the Defense Ministry compound in the capital. 52 people were killed and 167 wounded in the country's worst terrorist attack in 18 months.
Among the dead were foreign medical staff, including two German and two Vietnamese doctors, and one Indian and two Filipino nurses, government sources said.
CCTV camera footage (see below) shows the dramatic moments when terrorists detonated two separate car-bombs and stormed the compound, picking off patients and staff alike with cold-blooded accuracy.
In one particularly harrowing incident, a terrorist encounters a group of people huddled together in fear in a narrow corridor. After calmly approaching them he hurls a grenade and runs - with his terrified victims scattering in panic or falling dead or injured amid the resultant explosion. More