Red Sea attacks paused
Unilateral halt in naval military operations.
Yemen’s Houthis halt Red Sea attacks for two weeks
DUBAI (Reuters) – Yemen’s Houthi group said on Tuesday it is unilaterally halting attacks in the Red Sea for two weeks to support peace efforts, days after Saudi Arabia suspended oil exports through a strategic Red Sea channel following attacks on crude tankers last week.
Yemen – where a Saudi-led coalition has been battling the Iranian-aligned Houthi movement in a three-year-old war – lies on one of the world’s most important trade routes for oil tankers, the Bab al-Mandeb strait.
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