Yemen Sana’a (ANN)-The sustainability of ships that traverse the world’s oceans is now under threat due to the Houthis’ growing attacks in the Red Sea.

The British maritime security firm Ambrey reported a fresh attack on a container ship. Ambrey said that a Malta-flagged ship reported seeing three explosions.

the last an explosion was reported near a ship off the Red Sea coast of Yemen, British maritime security agency UKMTO said Thursday, adding that both the vessel and crew were safe.


“Master reports an explosion a distance off the vessel’s starboard side” west of the port city of Hodeida, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations said, adding that “vessel and crew are safe and proceeding to the next port of call.”


There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blast, which followed a flurry of missiles fired into the Red Sea by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, who have been relentlessly attacking US and allied ships in the Red Sea.

The United States and Britain have targeted areas in Yemen that they say are among the military bases of the Houthis, but the attacks have not changed the power of the Houthis, who say that the United States and Britain have killed civilians. and damaged only the basic services, which were already very poor, as the country has been completely destroyed in previous wars.

Anger over Israel’s military campaign in Gaza,  launched with the aim of destroying the Hamas, has grown across the Middle East, stoking violence involving Iran-backed groups in Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria, as well as Yemen.

The Houthi attacks have prompted some shipping companies to detour around southern Africa to avoid the Red Sea, a vital route that normally carries about 12 percent of global maritime trade,which has become a big problem for the business and traffic of sea traffic in the world.



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Written by Arraale M. Jama, a freelance journalist and human rights activist.

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