1. Red Sea attacks disrupt world trade, more ships vow to avoid waters

    By: Vera Eckert, Jonathan Saul and Lisa Baertlein FRANKFURT/ATHENS/LONDON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) -Germany's Hapag-Lloyd and Hong Kong's OOCL said on Thursday they would avoid the Red Sea, the latest shipping companies to do so after attacks by Yemen's Houthi group on vessels disrup
  2. New attack on Red Sea cargo ship as U.S. proposes naval coalition

    DUBAI/COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -A Maersk cargo ship was targeted by a missile as it passed the coast of Yemen on Thursday, the Danish company said, amid a series of Yemeni Houthi group attacks on shipping that have prompted the U.S. to push for a naval coalition in the Red Sea. It was
  3. Biden aide says Iran helps plan, execute attacks by Yemen's Houthis

    By: Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States believes that Iran is involved in the planning and execution of drone and missile attacks by Yemen's Houthi group on Israel and ships in the Red Sea, a senior aide to U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday. The comments
  4. Iran says it is not involved in any actions against US military forces -Tasnim

    DUBAI (Reuters) -Iran's U.N. envoy Amir Saeid Iravani said his country has not been involved in any actions or attacks against U.S. military forces, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported on Tuesday. The United States has blamed Yemen's Iran-allied Houthi group for a series