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Houthi rebels

19 Jan
In response to Israel's war against Hamas, Iran- backed Houthi militants have been disrupting US commercial activities in the Red Sea by targeting US warships. Two videos circulating online claim to show Houthis firing missiles at US cargo ships from the Yemeni coast. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
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The five-day negotiations in Riyadh marked the latest hopeful sign since Yemen's devastating war began in 2014.

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