US conducts another round of strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen

US conducts another round of strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen
US conducts another round of strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A handout picture released by the British Ministry of Defence (MOD) on January 12, 2024 shows a RAF Typhoon aircraft taking off RAF Akrotiri to join the US-led coalition to conduct air strikes against military targets in Yemen. — Sgt Lee Goddard / MOD / AFP pic

WASHINGTON, Jan 18 — The United States conducted another round of strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen on Wednesday, US officials told Reuters.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity and did not provide details on the target or how many missiles were launched.

Attacks by the Iran-allied Houthi militia on ships in the region since November have slowed trade between Asia and Europe and alarmed major powers.

The Houthis, who control most of Yemen, say they are acting in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza and have threatened to expand their attacks to include US ships in response to earlier American and British strikes from last week.

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The US military said earlier on Wednesday that a drone launched from areas controlled by the Houthi rebels in Yemen had struck a US-owned vessel in the Gulf of Aden.

There were no injuries and some damage reported in the attack, the US Central Command said on X, formerly called Twitter. The vessel, M/V Genco Picardy, is “a Marshall Islands flagged, US owned and operated bulk carrier ship,” according to the US Central Command.

The United States on Wednesday returned the Yemen-based Houthi rebels to a list of terrorist groups, as the militants also claimed another attack this week on a US operated vessel in the Red Sea region. — Reuters

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