The United States and Britain launch new attacks on Houthi targets in Yemen
The joint operation began at the end of this Saturday. This is the second day of attacks on Houthi rebel positions in Yemen.
The United States and the United Kingdom launched new attacks on Saturday against Houthi rebel targets in Yemen, hitting 36 sites. This is the second consecutive day of military operations carried out by the United States after last weekend's attack on American forces.
According to the Pentagon, the attacks hit sites that were used as a storage facility for weapons, missile launch systems, and other means used by the Houthi rebels to attack ships in the Red Sea.
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said that this joint action sends a clear message to the Houthis that they will continue to suffer the consequences if they do not end their attacks on international ships and warships.
The Houthis promise to respond to these new attacks.
The attacks in Yemen coincide with a US military campaign in retaliation for the killing of three American soldiers in a drone attack on a site in Jordan.
The United States on Friday carried out the first wave of strikes, striking Iraq and Syria against more than 85 targets linked to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
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