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WorldUS destroyer destroys drones and missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen


US destroyer destroys drones and missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen

The United States military ship destroyed drones and a missile launched by rebels from Yemen in the Red Sea. The Indian navy also released pictures of the ship fighting a fire on a container ship that was targeted by the rebels.

The attack on Tuesday was aimed at the USS Carney, a type of warship called an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer. This ship has been helping the United States in their fight against rebels who are fighting against Israel in the Gaza Strip.

The Houthi attack used drones with bombs and one missile against a ship, according to the U. SThe military’s Central Command stated.

The United States of America Later, they used an airstrike to destroy three missiles meant for attacking ships and three drone boats carrying bombs, according to Central Command.

Brig – person with a high rank in the military. Decode this text. Yahya Saree, a Houthi military spokesperson, admitted the attack, but said their forces aimed at two American warships without giving more details.

The Houthis say they will keep fighting until the attack stops and the blockade on the Palestinian people in Gaza ends.

Saree did not recognize the U. SAirplanes dropping bombs on targets. The Houthis have not said how much damage the American-led strikes have caused them since January, but they have mentioned that at least 22 of their fighters have died.

Since November, the rebels have been attacking ships in the Red Sea and nearby waters because of the Israel-Hamas war. Some ships have carried things to Iran and the Houthis, and one ship carried aid to an area controlled by the Houthis.

Even though the United States and its allies have been bombing for over a month and a half, the Houthi rebels are still able to carry out big attacks. Last month, a cargo ship called the Rubymar sank after being attacked and a drone worth a lot of money was also shot down.

At the same time, the Indian navy shared a video of its sailors from the INS Kolkata battling a fire on the MSC Sky II ship. The ship was attacked by the Houthis in the Gulf of Aden on Monday. Smoke came out of a container on the ship, and there were burn marks from a missile hit by the Houthi.

The Mediterranean Shipping Co. , a company from Switzerland, said a missile hit the ship while it was going from Singapore to Djibouti.

The missile started a small fire, but it has been put out and no one was hurt, the company explained.

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