Houthis Attack U.S. Ship in Gulf of Aden


On Monday, the Houthis attack on a U.S. ship in the Gulf of Aden escalated maritime tensions. The ship was the target of a missile attack originating from Yemen.

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The vessel, identified as the M/V Gibraltar Eagle, a Marshall Islands-flagged bulk carrier owned by Eagle Bulk based in Stamford, Connecticut, was struck by an anti-ship ballistic missile fired by Iranian-backed Houthi militants.

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Houthis attack US Ship

U.S. Central Command posted a statement on X claiming that the attack occurred on January 15 at approximately 4 p.m.

A missile hit the vessel in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen. Despite the intensity of the attack, there were no reported injuries or significant damage to the M/V Gibraltar Eagle, which is currently continuing its journey.