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Houthis derail global trade

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Houthis derail global trade

Sinking of the Belize-flagged, British-registered, Lebanese-operated cargo ship Rubymar, a cargo ship carrying fuel fertilizer, off the coast of Yemen on 26 February.  · Photo: Al-Joumhouriya TV / AFP

Sinking of the Belize-flagged, British-registered, Lebanese-operated cargo ship Rubymar, a cargo ship carrying fuel fertilizer, off the coast of Yemen on 26 February.

Photo: Al-Joumhouriya TV / AFP

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US support for Israel in its war in Gaza since October 7, 2023, and its refusal to demilitarize the Arabian Peninsula, has pushed the Houthis to increase their attacks on transport ships and oil tankers off the Yemeni coast. In response, the United States is trying, with great difficulty, to form an international coalition to protect maritime traffic and ensure access to the Red Sea and the Suez Canal.

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