Houthis sink second ship in Red Sea

A cargo ship sank in the Red Sea sank on Wednesday, a week after it was attacked by Houthi rebels firing drones from two speedboats. One seaman is believed to have been killed. It’s the second ship to be sunk by the Houthis since they began their campaign against commercial vessels to protest Israel’s war in Gaza. The World’s host Marco Werman speaks with Iona Craig, a reporter who has covered Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula for more than a decade, about the attacks.

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