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Yemen’s Houthis Claim Responsibility for Another Red Sea Ship Attack Amid Escalating Tensions

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In a recent escalation of maritime tensions, Yemen’s Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for yet another attack on a ship in the Red Sea. The targeted vessel is reported to have connections to Israel, marking the latest in a series of incidents despite warnings from the United States.

The Houthi rebels, who control significant parts of Yemen, asserted their involvement in the attack, further heightening concerns about the security of the strategic waterway. The Red Sea has witnessed a string of incidents in recent months, with vessels associated with Israel being a recurring target.

The persistence of these attacks comes despite stern warnings from the United States, which has previously condemned such actions and underscored the potential consequences. The U.S. has expressed deep concern over the impact of these attacks on maritime security and stability.

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