SANAA, March 24 (KUNA) -- A car bomb went off in Modiyah town, Abyan Governorate, south Yemen, on Saturday.
The blast resulted in neither human nor material damage as it hit in an unpopulated area, the Yemeni Ministry of Interior said in a statement here.
Another roadside bomb exploded near the house of chief of the popular committees of the Lowdar town in Abyan the statement said, noting that the explosion left no casualties.
Meanwhile, a hand grenade was thrown at the backdoor of a government building in Rasd town, also in Abyan.
The attack resulted in minor material damage.
The statement added that gunmen shot at the electricity directorate of Hadramawt Governorate, east Yemen, from a speeding car wounding a soldier.
The security services accuse the terrorist Al-Qaeda organization of perpetrating the attacks.