US and UK Forces Successfully Repel Houthis’ Largest Red Sea Attack

US and British forces intercepted 21 drones and missiles from Yemen-based Houthis in the Red Sea. The attack is connected to the Israel-Hamas conflict, leading to threats of further action by the UK. No injuries or damage have been reported. The Houthi spokesperson claims the attack was in response to a previous US attack. The attacks have led to a disruption of international commerce, with many shipping companies rerouting vessels. In response to the attacks, the US and British navies took down 18 drones, two anti-ship cruise missiles, and one anti-ship ballistic missile. Additionally, the German shipping group Hapag Lloyd has decided to avoid certain routes for security reasons, impacting global retailers.