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Israel keeps pounding Gaza, Houthis vow more Red Sea attacks

Israel keeps pounding Gaza, Houthis vow more Red Sea attacks

ISRAEL kept pounding the shattered Gaza Strip while Yemen's pro-Palestinian Houthi movement vowed to defy a U.S.-led naval mission and keep hitting Israeli targets in the Red Sea. Israel's campaign to eradicate Hamas militants behind an October 7 massacre has left the coastal enclave in ruins, brought widespread hunger and homelessness, and killed nearly 20,000 Gazans, according to the Palestinian enclave's health ministry. Under foreign pressure to avoid killing innocents, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the war will not stop until the remaining 129 hostages are freed and Hamas is obliterated after its fighters slay 1,200 Israelis. The conflict has spread beyond Hamas-ruled…
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Red Sea attacks on ships spark safety concerns for sailors

Red Sea attacks on ships spark safety concerns for sailors

COMMERCIAL ships face increasing dangers at sea after armed groups have attacked and seized vessels in waters around the Red Sea and off the coast of Yemen, adding to perils for seafarers, shipping officials said. An attempted hijacking of a commercial vessel in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday appears to have been carried out by armed Somali pirates and not Yemeni Houthis, despite the firing of missiles from Houthi-controlled territory in Yemen afterwards, the Pentagon said on Monday. The incident is the latest in a series of attacks in Middle Eastern waters since a brutal war between Israel and the Palestinian…
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