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Houthis claim firing missile toward Israel and attacking Red Sea ship

AL-MUKALLA: The Houthis claimed on Tuesday that they had attacked a ship in the Red Sea as well as fired missiles toward Israel, and they rejected a UN Security Council statement ordering them to cease their assaults.
Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea said that their forces fired anti-ship missiles at a “US” vessel called “Mado” in the Red Sea and a number of missiles at locations in the Israeli city of Eilat, vowing to continue their missile and drone attacks on ships and Israel until Israel lifts its siege on Gaza.

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AL-MUKALLA: The Houthis claimed on Tuesday that they had attacked a ship in the Red Sea as well as fired missiles toward Israel, and they rejected a UN Security Council statement ordering them to cease their assaults.
Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea said that their forces fired anti-ship missiles at a “US” vessel called “Mado” in the Red Sea and a number of missiles at locations in the Israeli city of Eilat, vowing to continue their missile and drone attacks on ships and Israel until Israel lifts its siege on Gaza.

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About 282 million people faced acute hunger last year: UN-led report

Gaza, Sudan and other conflicts, along with extreme weather and economic shocks, worsened food insecurity, report says.

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Are settler politics running unchecked in Israel?

While far-right settler sentiments have always existed, they seem to be having a louder and louder say in Israel today.

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Photos: Argentina protesters march against Milei’s public university cuts

A worsening budget crisis at Argentina’s public universities is sending thousands of protesters into the streets.

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