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Houthis say they will introduce ‘military surprises’ in Red Sea operations

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Yemen’s Houthis will introduce military “surprises” in their Red Sea operations, the Iran-aligned group’s leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi said in a televised speech on Thursday.

“Our military operations will continue and advance and we have surprises that our enemies will not expect at all,” al-Houthi said.

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Houthi militants have repeatedly launched drones and missiles against international commercial shipping since mid-November, saying they are acting in solidarity with Palestinians against Israel’s military actions in Gaza.

Their Red Sea attacks have disrupted global shipping and forced firms to re-route to longer and more expensive journeys around southern Africa and stoked fears that the Israel-Hamas war could spread to destabilize the wider Middle East.

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The United States and Britain began striking Houthi targets in Yemen last month in retaliation for the attacks on Red Sea shipping.

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