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The Saudi-led coalition in Yemen announced at dawn today, Sunday, that it destroyed two booby-trapped boats belonging to the forces of the “Ansar Allah” group (Houthis).
The coalition said that this came “before the implementation of an imminent attack from Hodeidah,” accusing the Houthis of “using the Stockholm Agreement as an umbrella for launching hostile attacks from Hodeidah Governorate,” and continuing to “threaten shipping routes and global trade.”
This comes hours after the coalition announced the interception and destruction of two booby-trapped drones launched towards the southern region of Saudi Arabia.
Yesterday, Saturday, the Saudi “Ansar Allah” group vowed “strong and painful blows that it had not experienced before.”