24 July 2024
The Houthis: We hold the coalition fully responsible for preventing the opening of Sanaa airport
2 week ago
The British Maritime Trade Operations Authority receives a report about an incident 180 nautical miles east of Nashtoun, Yemen.
U.S. Central Command: In the past 24 hours, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces successfully destroyed two Iranian-backed Houthi uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen.Additionally, partner forces successfully destroyed two Houthi UAVs over the Gulf of Aden. There were no injuries or damage reported by U.S., coalition, or merchant vessels .It was determined these systems presented an imminent threat to U.S., coalition forces, and merchant vessels in the region. These actions were taken to protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S., coalition, and merchant vessels
In Hodeidah: U.S-British aircraft launched a raid on Kamaran Island
2 week ago
U.S. Central Command: In the past 24 hours U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) forces successfully destroyed two Iranian-backed Houthi uncrewed surface vessels (USV) in the Red Sea and one Houthi radar site in a Houthi-controlled area of Yemen. It was determined the USVs and radar site presented an imminent threat to U.S. and coalition forces, and merchant vessels in the region. These actions were taken to protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure
US Central Command says it destroyed two sea drones and a Houthi radar site
2 week ago
In Hajjah: An American-British aircraft targeted the Buhais area in the Midi District with two raids
Houthi: We advise Arab, Muslim countries against paying into the hands of Americans
Houthi: US attempts to stop Yemeni operations are ineffective, have failed so far
Abdul-Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi: Hezbollah's operations are continuing effectively and with great influence on the enemy
Transitional Presidency: The process of opening roads and crossings must take place under international supervision and legal procedures
U.S. Central Command: In the past 24 hours, U.S. Central Command forces successfully destroyed two Iranian-backed Houthi radar sites in Houthi controlled areas of Yemen and two uncrewed surface vessels (USV) in the Red Sea
3 week ago
In Saada: A citizen was injured by Saudi fire in the Al-Sheikh area in the Munabbih border district
3 week ago
British Maritime Authority: Report of an accident 13 nautical miles from Mokha in Yemen
3 week ago
In Saada: A citizen was killed by Saudi fire in the Munabbih border district
U.S. coalition targets Hodeidah International Airport with a raid
Houthi military spokesman: We carried out an operation with drone boats against a ship in the Red Sea
Military spokesman for Houthis: We targeted an U.S. ship in the Red Sea with a ballistic missile
The U.S.-British aircraft launched 4 raids on Hodeidah International Airport, and the overflights continued
British Maritime Trade Operations Authority: The captain of a ship reports that 5 missiles landed near it, northwest of the Yemeni city of Hodeidah.
3 week ago
British Maritime Trade Authority: We received a report of an incident 150 nautical miles northwest of Hodeidah, Yemen.
3 week ago
Ambrey Maritime Security Company: Report of an incident 84 miles west of Hodeidah, Yemen
4 week ago
British Maritime Trade Operations Authority: Report of an incident 52 nautical miles south of Aden.
Military spokesman for Houthis: We carried out a qualitative operation with a new ballistic missile that targeted an Israeli ship in the Arabian Sea
USS Eisenhower departing the Red Sea as Houthi attacks continue. Ike heading to the US European Command Area of responsibility before returning home after seven months deployed. USS Theodore Roosevelt to leave for the Middle East. Per @PentagonPresSec
Houthi military spokesman: We targeted two ships with drone boats and winged missiles in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean
Houthi military spokesman: We targeted a ship in the Red Sea with a drone boat and hit it
1 month ago
A British maritime authority believes that a ship that was attacked off the coast of Yemen likely sank 96 nautical miles away
UKMTO: UKMTO has received a report of a distress call from a vessel in position 14'29'N
053°08'E, 96NM southeast of Nishtun, Yemen.1 month ago
UKMTO: UKMTO has received a report of a distress call from a vessel in position 14'29'N 053°08'E, 96NM southeast of Nishtun, Yemen.
A US official told Reuters that Houthi claims about an attack on a US aircraft carrier are "false"