Wednesday, 28 September, 2022
TopicHouthi attack

Topic: Houthi attack

Yemen’s Houthi rebels attack oil depot in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah

The Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen intercepted a ballistic missile and 10 bomb-laden drones, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency.

Houthi militia attacks remind UAE it isn’t so easy to escape Yemen conflict

The Emiratis prevented Iranian-backed rebels, Houthis, from capturing Yemen's south during the civil war. Now, Houthis may have ended UAE's hopes of a return to business as usual.

Yemen’s ragtag rebels became a threat to world economy, showed military power has its limits

Iran and Saudi Arabia are talking—but it might be too late to put the war-making djinn back in the bottle. Power-brokers in Yemen depend on violence to secure influence.

UAE intercepts 2 Houthi missiles over Abu Dhabi, days after attack that killed 2 Indians

UAE defense ministry said that the attack did not result in any human losses and added the remnants of the destroyed ballistic missiles fell in separate areas around Abu Dhabi.

2 Indians among 3 killed in drone strikes on UAE by Yemen’s Houthi fighters

Six others were also injured in the rare attack inside the UAE that caused a fire at Abu Dhabi’s main international airport and set fuel tanks ablaze in a nearby industrial area.

Post Saudi attack, the politics around Trump-Rouhani talks get trickier

The attacks in Saudi Arabia have sparked a discussion of how the US and its allies should retaliate, casting a pall over the fitful efforts at diplomacy.

Trump’s failure to follow through on bluster leaves him little room to corner Iran

President Donald Trump has boxed himself in with the Saudis and continues to blur the line between serving US national interest and his own self-interest.

Military can’t be excused for Saudi Arabia’s ‘Pearl Harbour’ moment

The Saudis have had plenty of time to harden the defenses of their critical infrastructure, and should by now have the ability to detect attacks.

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