January 10, 2024

‘We Were Attacked’: Militants Upend Global Shipping

by The Journal

Houthi rebels have been attacking ships in the Red Sea for months. Now the U.S. and its allies have given the Yemeni militant group a final warning to stop the attacks. WSJ's Nancy A. Youssef explains what's motivating the Houthis and what the attacks mean for a region already on edge.

Further Reading:

-U.S., U.K. Warships Shoot Down Houthi Barrage in Red Sea 

-Importers Face Surging Shipping Costs, Delays as Red Sea Diversions Pile Up 

-U.S., Allies Give Houthis Ultimatum: Stop Ship Attacks or Face Consequences 

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