21 July 2024
American and British strikes have killed seven Houthi fighters
The reported strike on Yemen’s Hodeidah a short while was not a US military strike, per American defense official
Local sources in Hodeidah Governorate: The bombing targeted a naval base for Houthis in the Dune area and on Tanmiah Street.
6 month ago
US Central Command confirms the loss of 2 Marines off the coast of Somalia
6 month ago
The US @CENTCOM says American forces “conducted a strike against a Houthi radar site in Yemen” early Saturday (local time). “This strike was conducted by the USS Carney (DDG 64) using Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles and was a follow-on action on a specific military target associated with strikes taken on Jan. 12 designed to degrade the Houthi’s ability to attack maritime vessels, including commercial vessels,” it added.
The United States is carrying out additional strike in Yemen against the Houthis, officials say
Information about air strikes or missile strikes targeting Al-Dailami base near Sana'a International Airport.
6 month ago
British Defense Secretary to the Telegraph: The Iranian government must ask the Houthis to stop because the world's patience is running out
Biden: I do not think there are civilian casualties as a result of the strikes that targeted the Houthis
UN Under-Secretary-General: Any attempt to change the demographic composition of Gaza must be firmly rejected
Biden: We will respond to the Houthis if they continue their reckless behavior
Reuters: Biden describes the Yemeni Houthi group as a terrorist organization
US military official: The Houthis launched an anti-ship ballistic missile today, but it did not hit any ship
"We have degraded [Houthi] capability. I don't believe they would be able to execute the way they did the other day [Tuesday]", - per @thejointstaff’s LtGen Sims
The US launched strikes on an additional 12 Houthi locations in Yemen shortly after last night's initial round of naval and air strikes on 16 locations, per US Joint Staff dir. Lt. Gen. Douglas Sims. 28 total sites struck, more than 150 different munitions fired, per Sims
Houthi’s have reportedly struck a “dark fleet” (AIS turned off) Russian tanker earlier today, Aframax Khalissa
UKMTO has received a report of a missile being fired towards a vessel approximately 90M South East of Aden, Yemen. The Master reported a missile landing in the water 400 - 500 metres away and being followed by 3 small craft. The Master reported that no injuries or damage have been sustained and is proceeding to the next port of call. Further investigation ongoing.6 month ago
UKMTO has received a report of a missile being fired towards a vessel approximately 90M South East of Aden, Yemen. The Master reported a missile landing in the water 400 - 500 metres away and being followed by 3 small craft. The Master reported that no injuries or damage have been sustained and is proceeding to the next port of call. Further investigation ongoing.
Egypt reacts to US-UK airstrikes on Houthis in Yemen. Says its concerns, warning about Gaza conflict morphing into regional conflict, sowing wider instability risks becoming reality
6 month ago
Ambre Company: A Panama-flagged tanker was mistakenly fired upon in the Red Sea near Aden based on old information linking the ship to Britain.
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The Houthi strike involved the USS Eisenhower, Philippine Sea, Gravely, and Mason in the Red Sea. 22 fixed wing aircraft from the IKE. More than 80 Tomahawks were launched as part of the strike
The White House: We are assessing the impact of the air strikes on the Houthi group
6 month ago
UKMTO has received a report of an incident 90NM South East of Aden, Yemen. Authorities are investigating
The Yemeni government: The US-British military operation is the result of the Houthis continuing to target international shipping in the Red Sea
6 month ago
The UAE expresses its deep concern about the repercussions of the attacks on shipping traffic in the Red Sea
6 month ago
The UAE stresses the importance of preserving the security of the region and the interests of its countries and peoples within the frameworks of international laws and norms
NATO: The U.S.-British strikes on Houthi targets were defensive and aimed to protect freedom of navigation
Iran-backed militias targeted the Conoco military base in eastern Deir ez-Zur
Iraqi Foreign Ministry: We stress the need to maintain freedom of navigation in international waters
6 month ago
Hapag-Lloyd Shipping Company welcomes the measures taken by U.S. and Britain to secure passage in the Red Sea
6 month ago
The Turkish President: The American and British strikes against the Houthis in Yemen are disproportionate