24 July 2024
1 month ago
Reuters: The British Maritime Trade Operations Authority receives a report of an incident 40 nautical miles south of Mokha in Yemen.
1 month ago
CENTCOM:Houthis Strike M/V Verbena in Gulf of Aden, USS Philippine Sea Medically Evacuates Injured Mariner. Today the Iranian-backed Houthis launched two anti-ship cruise missiles (ASCM) into the Gulf of Aden. Both missiles struck M/V Verbena, a Palauan-flagged, Ukrainian-owned, Polish-operated bulk cargo carrier. M/V Verbena most recently docked in Malaysia and was enroute to Italy carrying wood construction material
Attacks by Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen are putting a dent in international shipping in the RedSea & GulfofAden per new report from @DefenseIntel Container shipping down 90% despite US, European efforts to blunt Houthi's missile & drone strikes
The Russian envoy to the Security Council: We consider targeting commercial and civilian ships unacceptable
1 month ago
In Hodeidah: The U.S.-British aircraft launched a third raid on Al-Saleef District
1 month ago
Houthi media: U.S. and British planes launched two raids on the Al-Saleef district in Hodeidah, Yemen
1 month ago
UKMTO says merchant vessel 98 NM East of Yemen's Aden has been hit by two unknown projectiles resulting in a fire onboard - Reuters news
1 month ago
Houthi military spokesman: We targeted the ship (TUTOR) in the Red Sea with a drone boat and a number of drones and ballistic missiles.
Greek-owned cargo ship named Tutor was damaged by a small vessel (likely kamikaze USV) in the Red Sea off the port of Hodeidah, Yemen by Houthis. The ship was struck by a small 5-7 meter long white craft that collided with its stern. nnThe shipmaster reported that the vessel was taking on water and was not under command of the crew1 month ago
Greek-owned cargo ship named Tutor was damaged by a small vessel (likely kamikaze USV) in the Red Sea off the port of Hodeidah, Yemen by Houthis. The ship was struck by a small 5-7 meter long white craft that collided with its stern. nnThe shipmaster reported that the vessel was taking on water and was not under command of the crew
U.S.-British raid on the Al-Jabbana area, west of Hodeidah, in Yemen
1 month ago
British Maritime Trade Authority: Report of an incident 67.7 nautical miles southwest of Hodeidah
1 month ago
U.S. Central Command: In the past 24 hours, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) forces successfully destroyed two anti-ship cruise missile (ASCM) launchers in a Houthi-controlled area of Yemen. It was determined the launchers presented an imminent threat to U.S. and allies
The Houthis in Yemen are in talks to provide weapons to the Somali militant group al-Shabaab, a worrying development that threatens to further destabilize an already violent region, officials said.
1 month ago
CENTCOM: June 10 U.S. Central Command In the past 24 hours, partner forces successfully destroyed one uncrewed aerial system (UAS) launched by Iranian-backed Houthis into the Gulf of Aden. There were no injuries reported by U.S., coalition, or merchant vessels. It was determined the UAS presented an imminent threat to U.S., coalition forces, and merchant vessels in the region. These actions are taken to protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S., coalition, and merchant vessels
Houthis media: U.S. airstrikes on the Al-Faza coast in Al-Tuhayta District, Hodeidah Governorate
Houthi media: US-British raids on the Al-Jabbana area, west of Hodeidah city
1 month ago
British Maritime Authority: An accident 70 nautical miles southwest of Aden, Yemen
CENTCOM:June 7 Red Sea In the past 24 hours, Iranian-backed Houthis launched four anti-ship ballistic missiles (ASBM) from Houthi controlled areas of Yemen over the Red Sea. There were no injuries or damage reported by U.S., coalition, or commercial ships.Additionally, U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) forces successfully destroyed four UASs and two ASBMs in Houthi controlled areas of Yemen. USCENTCOM forces also successfully destroyed one UAS launched from a Houthi controlled area of Yemen into the Bab al-Mandab Strait.Separately, USCENTCOM forces successfully destroyed a Houthi patrol boat in the Red Sea.It was determined these systems presented an imminent threat to U.S., coalition forces, and merchant vessels in the region. This action was taken to protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S., coalition, and merchant vessels
1 month ago
Houthi media: U.S. and Britain launch 4 raids on Hodeidah Airport and a raid on the Salif port in Yemen.
1 month ago
British Maritime Trade Operations Authority: Report of an incident 27 nautical miles south of the Yemeni city of Mokha
Houthi leader: The U.S.-British attacks on Yemen killed 55 people
Yemen's Houthi chief: Operations with Islamic Resistance in Iraq against Israel will intensify - @Reuters
Yemen's Houthis say they launched two operations with "Iraqi Resistance Forces" on Israel's Haifa port - @Reuters
Israeli military spokesperson denies Houthi claim to have attacked Haifa port: "It's not true" - @Reuters
Yemen's Houthi rebels unveil solid-fuel 'Palestine' missile that resembles Iranian hypersonic
1 month ago
UKMTO: We received a report of an incident 50 nautical miles southwest of Shuqaiq, Saudi Arabia, in the Red Sea.
1 month ago
British Maritime Trade Authority: Report of an accident 50 nautical miles southwest of Saudi Arabia
The European Union ambassadors to Yemen affirm their support for the work of the United Nations Special Envoy towards a comprehensive and just political settlement in Yemen.
Southern Forces: Houthi members were killed during confrontations with our forces that lasted for hours on the Karsh Front
Rocket sirens sounding in Eilat