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Israel Hamas at war, current news | US and UK attack Houthi bases in Yemen

• It is the 97th day of the war: According to Hamas, over 23,000 Palestinians have been killed, including around 8,000 children. In Israel, 1,200 people died in the attack on October 7th.
• “Israel’s genocide in Gaza is a genocide”: The trial begins in The Hague. The Defense: “The Dreyfus Case of the 21st Century.”
• Netanyahu: “In The Hague we saw a world turned upside down.”
• Behshad, the Iranian ship (suspected of aiding the Houthis) fleeing the Red Sea? Fear of retaliation from the US.
• Blinken: “We need to bring Israel closer to Arab countries to isolate Iran.”

02:43 a.m. – Saudi Arabia: “Many worried, avoid escalation in Yemen”

Saudi Arabia is following the air strikes by the USA and Great Britain on neighboring Yemen with “great concern”. This is what the Foreign Ministry in Riyadh says. “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is following with great concern the military operations in the Red Sea region and the air strikes on a number of locations in the Republic of Yemen,” it said in a note that called for “self-control” to “avoid escalation “.

02:18 – The Houthi rebels: USA and Great Britain are paying a high price for this aggression

“Our country is under massive attacks from ships, submarines and warplanes,” said Houthi rebel deputy foreign minister Hussein Al-Ezzi: “America and Britain must prepare to pay a heavy price and all the terrible things endure the consequences of this blatant aggression.”

02:18 a.m. – Military bases, training camps and weapons depots: These are the targets hit in Yemen

Military bases (including with ballistic missile launch pads), training facilities, weapons depots and war drones, radar stations: these are some of the targets hit by the US-British airstrikes in Yemen, according to Pentagon sources filmed by American media .

02:04 – Here is the video of the explosions in Sanaa, in the airport area

1:50 a.m. – Biden: Successfully hit numerous Houthi targets in Yemen

01:50 – US and UK raid in collaboration with Canada, US, Australia, Holland and Bahrain

According to the leaked information, Canada, Australia, Bahrain and the Netherlands also took part in the attacks against the Houthi rebels – in what way it is still unclear.

01:00 – Houthi rebels attack US and British military ships in the Red Sea

Yemen's Houthi rebels have reportedly fired a barrage of cruise missiles and ballistic missiles against U.S. and British warships in the Red Sea in response to airstrikes on several provinces of the Arab country. This was told by insurgent sources to EFE.

12:54 a.m. – Joint US and British raids against Houthi positions in Yemen have begun

Joint US and British airstrikes against Houthi rebel positions in Yemen have begun. The raids hit positions in the capital Sanaa as well as in the cities of Hodeidah, Saada, Dhamar, Taiz and Zabid.

12:24 a.m. – British Prime Minister Sunak approves air strikes against Houthi rebels

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has authorized British airstrikes against Houthi military positions in Yemen to deter attacks by Iranian-backed rebels on ships transiting the Red Sea. The Times writes it. Britain is expected to join the US and other allies in carrying out the mission “shortly,” the newspaper writes. The Houthi attacks have significantly disrupted international trade on a key route between Europe and Asia. The Prime Minister called an emergency Cabinet meeting to brief ministers on Britain's military commitment. The meeting followed an earlier meeting of the government's “Cobra” emergency committee and the National Security Council to discuss the crisis. Sir Keir Starmer, the Labor leader, and Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the Speaker of the House of Commons, were informed of the military intervention.