Houthi rebels vow to retaliate after US and UK airstrikes against them

In response to recent drone and missile attacks on ships in the Red Sea, the US and UK launched airstrikes against Yemen’s Houthi rebels. The strikes, targeting Houthi-controlled sites, come amid rising tensions in the Middle East due to Israel’s military operation in Gaza.

The Houthis vowed retaliation, and the recent strikes have raised concerns from many. The Saudi government, supporting the government-in-exile in Yemen, distanced itself from the attacks, while the Houthis condemned the aggression, stating it would not go unanswered. The Red Sea route is crucial for global trade, and disruptions have led to oil price spikes and trade impacts. The U.S. Navy also confirmed an Iranian drone attack on a ship near India and Sri Lanka, signaling a broader maritime campaign.

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