Also in the south, a suicide auto bomb attack in Shabwa province killed 15 soldiers earlier on Tuesday. The militants claimed the attack in a statement circulated on social media, saying it was in retaliation for abuses by USA and UAE-backed forces.
He said the STC forces rapidly advanced in the street fighting and imposed a tight besiege around the Presidential Palace in Aden's district Crater, where the government officials reside. Prime Minister Ahmad Bin Dhager's government is still inside the palace with negotiations underway for the cabinet to leave the city. The separatist forces did not enter the palace itself and were stopped by Saudi Arabian troops who have been guarding the palace for the past months.
As the separatists took control of official facilities and military bases, the prime minister denounced what he called a "coup". All officials spoke on condition of anonymity under regulations.
"A plane from the Arab coalition, that said it had come to support legitimacy bombed the base of the Fourth Brigade".
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Fighters from the Southern Resistance Forces captured the base earlier on Tuesday, Al Jazeera reported. "I am not able to discuss the details of an ongoing operation", he told the AP.
They erupted on Sunday after the expiry of a deadline set by the separatist Southern Transitional Council (STC) for a cabinet reshuffle, including the removal of Mr Bin Daghar.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said at least 36 have been killed and 185 wounded in the latest wave of fighting which began on Sunday. He was believed to be in Saudi Arabia, where he has spent much of his time for the past three years. Hadi has accused the UAE of taking advantage of Yemen's civil war to boost its own influence in the south of the country.
Yemen s president has urged Saudi Arabia and its allies to intervene to defend the government.
"We call on all parties to refrain from escalation and further bloodshed".
The past few days' gunfire also claimed another, less tangible casualty: the tenuous alliance shared by the southern separatists and Hadi's government, forged in the opening days of the war against the.
"We also call for dialogue among all parties in Aden to reach a political solution", the statement said.
The new split brings more uncertainty and violence in a almost 3-year-old conflict that has created the world's worst humanitarian crisis. "Additional divisions and violence within Yemen will only increase their suffering", it added.
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