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Red Sea: German frigate sets sail to join planned EU mission

After attacks by Yemen's Houthi rebels on cargo ships in the Red Sea, the EU is set to deploy warships to relieve supply bottlenecks. It comes as the US and the UK strike Houthi targets.

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