Ship attack in Red Sea likely by Houthi rebels

In the latest maritime assault, a ship has been attacked in the Red Sea likely by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, a private security firm said. The ship issued a radio call while off the coast of the rebel-held port city of Hodeida stating they had been hit. It is not clear if the ship was damaged or if anyone was hurt in the assault. Neither the U.S. or British militaries immediately reported the attack. Yemen’s Houthi rebels did not immediately claim the attack. The Houthis claim that their attacks target ships connected to Israel, the United States or Britain, but many of the attacked ships do not have a connection to the Israel-Hamas war.

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