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A new accident near the coast of Yemen

A British maritime authority revealed on Sunday that a new incident had been recorded 177 nautical miles off the coast of southeastern Yemen.
The authority said that a small boat with four gunmen on board attacked a ship off the coast of southeastern Yemen.
Yesterday, the Houthi group announced that it had targeted a British oil ship in the Red Sea with a number of naval missiles, resulting in a “direct hit.”
Earlier, the British maritime security agency UKMTO reported that a ship was damaged after being exposed to two successive attacks off the Yemeni coast of Mokha.
The agency, run by the British Royal Forces, also said in a post on the “X” platform that it received “a report from a ship about two attacks” 14 nautical miles southwest of Mokha in Yemen.
She added, “During the first attack, the ship witnessed an explosion close to it, and the crew felt it. After that, the second attack on the ship occurred with what is believed to be two missiles, which caused damage to the ship.”
It is noteworthy that since November 19, the Houthi group has targeted more than 100 ships in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea, with drones and missiles (according to their numbers), according to the claim of Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, claiming that they are linked to Israel or heading to its ports, in support of the Gaza Strip, which has been witnessing a violent Israeli war for 7 days. October, according to her claim.
The United States and Britain direct air strikes on Houthi sites with the aim of disrupting and weakening the group’s ability to endanger freedom of navigation and threaten global trade.

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