SANAA, Yemen – The Yemeni Houthi rebels have released video footage showing armed men seizing a cargo ship in the southern Red Sea after dropping from a helicopter, fueling tensions in the region.
The footage, aired by the movement’s TV channel Al Masirah, comes a day after the Iran-backed group hijacked the ship, linking it to Israel. However, Israel disputes this claim, stating that the seized ship is British-owned and Japanese-operated.
The incident raises concerns about the escalating conflict in the region and the potential implications for international shipping routes. The seizing of the cargo ship highlights the ongoing power struggle in the Red Sea and the detrimental impact it could have on global trade.
The shipping industry remains on alert as tensions continue to rise in the region, with ongoing conflicts threatening the stability of international trade routes. The seizure of the cargo ship by the Houthi rebels has sparked international concern and raised questions about the safety of maritime trade in the region.
The seizure of the cargo ship adds to the escalating tensions in the Red Sea, further threatening the stability of the region. The ongoing power struggle in the area has raised concerns about the safety and security of international shipping routes, with potential impacts on global trade.
The seizing of the cargo ship by the Yemeni Houthi rebels has sparked global concern and raised questions about the safety of maritime trade in the Red Sea. This incident has heightened tensions and highlighted the potential risks to international shipping routes in the region.