The US has confirmed that it has launched strikes targeting Houthi targets. The airstrike was a powerful attack targeting Houthi bases in Yemen. US and British warplanes attacked the Yemeni capital Sana’a and the port city of Al Hudaydah. The attack targeted Houthi drones, coastal radar and aerial surveillance systems.
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US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said the military operation was in response to repeated attacks by the Houthis on ships passing through the Red Sea. The UN missile attack was launched from a warship. Cruise missiles were used. US officials said more than 12 centers were struck, including the capital Sana’a and the Houthi Red Sea port stronghold of Hodeidah.
Biden is signaling that possible measures will continue to be taken to ensure the safety of ships. This is the first US attack against the Houthis in Yemen since 2016. The leaders said that Australia, Bahrain, Canada and the Netherlands have supported the backlash against the Houthis. More countries are likely to come forward to support the offensive against the Houthis. A Houthi official said the attack by the US and Britain would pay a heavy price.
The United States and Britain have launched strikes against Houthi-linked centers in Yemen, four U.S. officials said. The Houthis control most of Yemen. The Houthis control most of Yemen during the civil war. As the Israel-Hamas war continues, the Houthis have been targeting ships passing through the Red Sea to support Hamas. Many countries have avoided the vital shipping channel between Europe and Asia since the Houthi attack. It also resulted in huge financial loss and delayed shipment.
The Houthis have not released information on the casualties of the joint US-British attack. Heavy airstrikes were carried out against the Houthis. Although the Houthis are supported by Iran, there has been no response from Iran yet. The United States and Britain have not ruled out the possibility of retaliation from the Houthis, who are heavily armed, including their own warships.
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