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Yemen's Houthis group attacked a Chinese oil tanker with multiple ballistic missiles, despite an agreement with China and Russia to allow safe passage through the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. The group launched four anti-ship missiles into the Red Sea, causing minimal damage to the oil tanker. China and Russia reached an understanding with the group after talks between their diplomats in Oman and Houthis' top political figure, Mohammed Abdel Salam. US forces engaged six Houthi unmanned aerial vehicles over the southern part of the Red Sea, with five crashes and one inland.

Houthis attack Chinese oil tanker despite agreement with China and Russia

Yemen’s Houthis group attacked a Chinese oil tanker with multiple ballistic missiles, despite an agreement with China and Russia to allow safe passage through the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. The group launched four anti-ship missiles into the Red Sea, causing minimal damage to the oil tanker. China and Russia reached an understanding with the group after talks between their diplomats in Oman and Houthis’ top political figure, Mohammed Abdel Salam. US forces engaged six Houthi unmanned aerial vehicles over the southern part of the Red Sea, with five crashes and one inland.

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