24 July 2024
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U.S. CENTCOM Destroys Two Houthi Militants' Anti-Ship Missiles. On Jan. 24 at approximately 2:30 a.m.(Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted strikes against two Houthi anti-ship missiles that were aimed into the Southern Red Sea and were prepared to launch. U.S. forces identified the missiles 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 missiles in self-defense. This action will protect freedom of navigation and make international waters safer and more secure for U.S. Navy vessels and merchant vessels
Pentagon: Our forces destroyed more than 25 missile launch sites in addition to 20 missiles in Yemen
6 month ago
The Yemeni army announces the downing of a drone belonging to the Houthi militia while it was flying towards military sites northwest of Al-Jawf
Yemen's Houthi rebels have ordered all U.S. and British staff of the United Nations and its agencies to leave the country within a month, a UN official tells AFP
6 month ago
Saada: Saudi missile strikes targeting populated villages in the Baqim border district
Iran's foreign minister says the country sent a serious message and warning to the US that its decision to launch joint attacks with the UK against Yemen was a strategic mistake
6 month ago
UKMTO INCIDENT 018 - UKMTO has received reports Uncrewed Aerial System activity in the vicinity of 46NM South of Al Mukha, Yemen. Authorities are investigating
6 month ago
British Transport Minister: The Prime Minister will address the House of Commons today about strikes on Houthi targets
Iran's FM @Amirabdolahian told IRNA in New York, "We've given a serious message and warning to America: the joint US-British attacks against areas in Yemen are a threat to peace and security in the region. It is an escalation of the scope of war."
New Joint Statement from Australia, Bahrain, Canada, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States on Additional Strikes Against the Houthis in Yemen6 month ago
New Joint Statement from Australia, Bahrain, Canada, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States on Additional Strikes Against the Houthis in Yemen
US official tells Fox one of the Houthi targets struck by US and British munitions included Al Dailami Air Base along with missile launching sites and weapons storage facilities for ballistic missiles and drones. This is 2nd joint US-UK strikes from air and sea since Jan 11
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In Taiz: aircraft launched a raid on the Al-Jand area in the Al-Ta'iziyah District
Houthi commanders reportedly among casualties in the attack on Al-Sawad Camp in Sanaa
The US and UK carried out additional strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen on Monday, marking the eighth round of attacks by the US military in Yemen in just over 10 days, and the second time the US and UK have conducted these ops jointly
The U.S. launched a new round of strikes today against Houthi targets in Yemen, per US official
Sanaa - international coalition aerial bombardment
Al-Hafa camp after the raids, Sanaa, Yemen
Several military bases in Sana’a, including Al-Dailami, Al-Hafa, and Al-Sawad, were struck by airstrikes moments ago
Yemeni sources: Explosions were heard in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa
Violent explosions sounded in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, amid a flight of fighter jets
6 month ago
U.S. 5th Fleet: The Iranian-backed Houthi militants' report of an alleged successful attack on M/V Ocean Jazz is patently false. NAVCENT has maintained constant communications with M/V Ocean Jazz throughout its safe transit
Houthis accept responsibility for attacking what they say is an "American military cargo ship" in the Gulf of Aden. The Houthis identified the vessel as Ocean Jazz
Egypt's Suez Shipyard receives the Greek dry bulk carrier Zografia to repair damage caused by Houthis missile attack on the ship while sailing in southern Red Sea6 month ago
Egypt's Suez Shipyard receives the Greek dry bulk carrier Zografia to repair damage caused by Houthis missile attack on the ship while sailing in southern Red Sea
Houthi Sources are claiming a “Major Event has happened tonight in Yemen that could Ignite a Regional Conflict,” with the Details about what has happened expected to be released soon
A Yemeni source: Two American raids targeted a Houthi camp adjacent to Hodeidah Airport in western Yemen.
“Commanders from Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and Lebanon's Hezbollah group are on the ground in Yemen helping to direct and oversee Houthi attacks on Red Sea shipping, four regional and two Iranian sources told Reuters.”
CENTCOM: As part of ongoing efforts to protect freedom of navigation and prevent attacks on maritime vessels, U.S. Navy ships are present in the Red Sea. On Jan. 19 at approximately 6:45 p.m. (Sanaa time), U.S. Central Command forces conducted strikes against three Houthi anti-ship missiles that were aimed into the Southern Red Sea and were prepared to launch. U.S. forces identified the missiles 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 missiles in self-defense. This action will make international waters safe and secure for U.S. navy vessels and merchant vessels.
The U.S. targeted & destroyed several Houthi anti-ship missiles today that were being staged to target commercial shipping lanes. A U.S. official tells Fox News these strikes were out of self-defense. F-18's from the USS Eisenhower were used to target the Houthi missiles
Reports of airstrikes in Al Hudaydah, Yemen
Iran-backed Houthis promise safe passage for Chinese, Russian ships transiting through Red Sea