America and Britain attack Houthis on the first day of Ramadan

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Yemen US-UK attack: US and British forces have targeted several Houthi positions, in which about 11 people are reported dead. This attack happened after the death of 3 civilians in Houthi attack. Yahya, the spokesperson of the second Houthi army, has announced to further intensify its attacks in the Red Sea.

America and Britain have taken major action against the Houthis who are continuously targeting cargo ships in the Red Sea. On Monday, US-British coalition forces carried out airstrikes on ports and small towns in western Yemen, killing 11 people and injuring 14. According to Houthi media outlet Al Masirah, the US-British coalition has carried out about 17 airstrikes in Yemen, including the city of Hodeidah and the port of Ras Issa.

This attack happened just a few days after the death of 3 civilians and sinking of the ship in the Houthi attack. This was the first attack in which 3 civilians were killed since the Houthis started carrying out attacks in the Red Sea in protest against the Gaza attacks. Even after the operation by America and Britain, Houthis are continuing their attacks and it is difficult to say whether such air strikes will be successful in stopping Houthis or not.

Another ship was targeted

According to a statement given by Houthi spokesperson on Yemeni television on Tuesday morning, the American ship (Pinocchio) was targeted with missiles in the Red Sea. According to the IMO, Pinocchio is a Liberia-flagged container ship owned by Singapore-registered company Om-March 5 Inc.

3 killed in Houthi attack

Three people were killed in the Houthi attack on Aden port on Wednesday. All three civilians who died in the attack on the Barbados ship were Greeks. Earlier, the cargo ship Rubymar was hit by a Houthi missile on February 18 and sank in the Red Sea after two weeks.

long route ships

Many ships are no longer using this route to go from the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea to the Suez Canal. To avoid this, he is going through Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. Due to which shipping costs are increasing rapidly, and its effect is visible in many countries of the world.