21 July 2024
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UKMTO has received a report of an incident 50NM south of Aden, Yemen.
On Feb. 5, at approximately 3:30 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted a strike in self-defense against two Houthi explosive uncrewed surface vehicles (USV). U.S. forces identified the explosive USVs in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined they presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region. These actions will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy vessels and merchant vessels.
5 month ago
Palestinian media: Violent clashes between Palestinian militants and Israeli forces in Khan Yunis
Pentagon: If the Houthis continue their attacks on ships in the Red Sea, we will continue to strike their positions
Houthis in Yemen "have a finite amount of capability" per @PentagonPresSec, adding US ready to continue preemptive strikes against attempted Houthi attacks on shipping. "The question is how much of that capability do they want to sacrifice to a doomed cause"
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British Defense Minister: The Houthis' efforts to continue disrupting navigation in the Red Sea have not completely diminished
Yemeni sources: 40 Houthis were killed by US-British strikes during the past two days
Iranian Foreign Ministry: The U.S. and British attacks in Yemen are an attempt to incite crisis and conflict in the region
CENTCOM: On Feb. 4, at approximately 5:30 a.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted a strike in self-defense against a Houthi a land attack cruise missile. Beginning at 10:30 a.m. U.S. forces struck four anti-ship cruise missiles, all of which were prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea. U.S. forces identified the missiles in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined they presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region. These actions will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy vessels and merchant vessels.
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Raids on Houthi sites in the Hodeidah and Saada governorates
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Raids on Houthi sites in the Al-Hawk and Al-Saleef districts in Hodeidah
USS Gravely launches a Tomahawk cruise missile into Yemen today days after using her CIWS to shoot down an incoming missile
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On Feb. 4, at approximately 4 a.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted a strike in self-defense against a Houthi anti-ship cruise missile prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea. U.S. forces identified the cruise missile in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined it presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region. This action will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy vessels and merchant vessels.
Joint US-British statement: The targeted sites included underground weapons storage facilities, missile systems, platforms, air defense systems, and radar devices.
U.S. and UK forces, with support from partners, struck 36 Houthi targets across 13 locations in Yemen in response to the Houthis' continued attacks against international and commercial shipping as well as naval vessels transiting the Red Sea. Per @CENTCOM
The US and UK have just conducted strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen from air and surface platforms, including F/A-18s. At least 30 targets were struck across at least 10 locations, according to two US officials
Houthi media: 7 raids on the Al-Jar area in Abs District, Hajjah, and two raids on the Bani Hashish area in Sana'a.
Aircraft bombed Maqbana District and Haifan District in Taiz Governorate
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The raids were east of the Khaled's camp, towards Al-Barah in Al-Mukha
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In Hodeidah: Airstrikes targeted Jabal Al-Jada' in Al-Lahiyah District and Al-Salif District with 3 raids.
Yemeni media:U.S. bombing of the Houthis targeted the areas of Attan and Al-Hafa in Sanaa
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Houthi-controlled Attan and al-Nahdain bases in Sana’a were struck by airstrikes minutes ago
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Renewed strikes on Houthi targets in Sanaa, Hajjah, Hudeidah, Taiz governorates
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USCENTCOM Destroys Six Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles in Yemen. On Feb. 3, at approximately 7:20 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted strikes in self-defense against six Houthi anti-ship cruise missiles prepared to launch against ships in the Red Sea. U.S. forces identified the cruise missiles in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined they presented an imminent threat to U.S. Navy ships and merchant vessels in the region
The Houthis mourn in Sanaa the bodies of 18 of their members who fell in US-British strikes in January.
Iranian Foreign Minister: U.S. attacks against Yemen hinder a political solution in the region
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Lebanon Hezbollah: “US aggression on Iraq, Syria, and Yemen expose false claims of not seeking to expand the conflict in the region; on the contrary, it contributes to inflaming conflict, tension, and escalating wars in the region”
USCENTCOM Red Sea Operational: On Feb. 2, at approximately 10:30 a.m. (Sanaa time), USS Carney (DDG 64) engaged and shot down one unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over the Gulf of Aden. There were no injuries or damage reported. Later that same day, at approximately 4:40 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted strikes against four Houthi UAVs that were prepared to launch. U.S. forces identified the UAVs in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined that they presented an imminent threat to merchant vessels and the U.S. Navy ships in the region. U.S. forces subsequently struck and destroyed the UAVs in self-defense. Then, at 9:20 p.m. (Sanaa time), USS Laboon (DDG 58) and F/A-18s from the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group engaged and shot down seven UAVs over the Red Sea. There were no injuries or damage reported. These actions will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy vessels and merchant vessels
Borrell: As long as the war in Gaza continues, it is very difficult to believe that the situation in the Red Sea will improve
The Washington Post, citing an U.S. official: The response to the killing of three American soldiers in Jordan will include targets in Yemen