Five bombs have exploded in Yemen's capital, killing at least one person and wounding one other.
The blasts happened early Tuesday in the old quarter of Sanaa, an area occupied by many members of the Shiite Muslim Houthi group.
One of the explosions went off as a Houthi militiaman tried to disarm it.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attacks.
The Houthis have clashed with fighters from al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula and other allied Sunni tribesman since overrunning Sanaa in September.