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US calls damage from vessel struck by Houthis an ‘environmental disaster’

  • An attack by Yemeni Houthi rebels on a Belize-flagged ship led to an 18-mile oil slick in the Red Sea. The ship's cargo of fertilizer poses an environmental threat.
  • The U.S. military launched strikes on Houthi-held areas in response to attacks on shipping routes, while the Yemeni government called for swift action to address the oil spill.
  • Houthi rebels have targeted vessels in the Red Sea, endangering trade routes and causing concern for marine life, with the government warning of a potential environmental disaster.
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