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US, Britain conduct 10 airstrikes on Houthis in Yemen's Red Sea port

Sanaa/Yemen: Fighter jets of the U.S. and British naval forces stationed in the Red Sea waged ten airstrikes against Houthi military targets in Yemen's Hodeidah port city on Monday, residents and the Houthi-run al-Masirah TV reported.

US and its allies conduct strikes against 18 Houthi targets in Yemen

Washington/IBNS/UNI: The United States and its allies, including Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, have carried out strikes against Yemen's Houthi rebels, hitting 18 military targets of the movement, the US Defence Department said on Sunday.

Houthis launch 3 missiles towards Danish merchant ship in Red Sea, says US command

Washington/IBNS/UNI: Four anti-ship missiles were fired from areas controlled by the Ansar Allah movement, also known as the Houthis, in Yemen, with at least three of them targeting Danish merchant ship MT Pollux in the Red Sea, the US Central Command (CENTCOM) said on Saturday.

Yemen's Houthi leader vows to escalate attacks if Gaza conflict continues

Sanaa: Leader of Yemen's Houthi group, Abdul Malik al-Houthi, on Tuesday vowed to escalate attacks in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden if the conflict in Gaza continues.

US, UK strike 36 Houthi targets in Yemen in response to Red Sea ship attacks

Washington DC/IBNS: The United States and Britain Saturday carried out joint air raids in Yemen as a response to repeated attacks on shipping by Iran-backed Houthi rebels that have disrupted global trade.

UK considering sending aircraft carrier to Red Sea to deter Houthi groups

The United Kingdom is considering sending an aircraft carrier to the Red Sea to ensure the safety of ships passing through the region from missile and drone attacks by the Houthis, The Telegraph newspaper reported on Tuesday.

UN trade and development body warns Red Sea shipping crisis is having a ‘dramatic’ impact

Attacks against shipping in the Red Sea by Houthis are devastating for global trade and supply chains, already reeling under the impacts of the war in Ukraine and climate change-linked conditions in the Panama Canal, said the UN trade and development body, UNCTAD, on Thursday.

Houthi attacks: New Zealand to send defence team to secure Red Sea shipping

Wellington: The New Zealand government decided on Tuesday to send a small defence team to the Middle East to safeguard Red Sea shipping, but the country's opposition party said the deployment will further inflame tensions in the region.

US Central Command says Houthi launched missiles at an American-owned tanker ship in Red Sea

The US Central Command on Thursday said Houthi launched two anti-ship ballistic missiles at an American-owned tanker ship in the Red Sea.

Houthi rebels strike US cargo vessel with anti-ship ballistic missile in south of Red Sea

Houthi rebels in Yemen hit a US cargo vessel with a missile, said the US military, raising concerns for the unstable region amid the series of attacks on vessels passing through the Red Sea region by the militant group since the Israel-Hamas War started on October 7.

US shoots down anti-ship cruise missile fired from Houthi-controlled region in Yemen

US fighter aircraft on Sunday shot down an anti-ship cruise missile fired at a US Navy destroyer from a Houthi-controlled area of Yemen, U.S. Central Command said.

Yemen's Houthi rebels warn of 'strong, effective' retaliation against US strikes

Sanna (Yemen): The Houthi militia have warned of a "strong and effective response" following the recent U.S. strike in Yemen, Reuters reported.

UN chief Antonio Guterres warns against Red Sea escalation

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has urged countries to avoid an escalation in the situation in the Red Sea, where Houthi rebels in Yemen have been attacking commercial vessels amid the ongoing war in Gaza.

US ensures safe shipping despite Houthi attacks in Red Sea, Suez Canal

Washington: The United States is taking steps to reassure shipping companies that it is safe to use the Red Sea and Suez Canal for cargo deliveries amid continued attacks by the Houthis, Bloomberg reported on Friday.

Egypt inaugurates largest military base in Red Sea region

Cairo/Xinhua: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi inaugurated on Wednesday Bernice military base, the largest base in the Red Sea region.