Houthis claim to have targeted the Star Iris.

In the Red Sea, a bulk carrier flying under the flag of the Marshall Islands, known as Star Iris, was attacked by missiles. According to Houthi spokesman Brigadier General Yahya Sari, the strikes were accurate and direct. The incident occurred two days ago, and authorities are currently investigating the attacks. There is no further information available at this time, but it remains concerning for maritime security in the region. It is crucial for vessels to remain vigilant and for authorities to work together to ensure safety and security in this area.

The Star Iris is a bulk carrier that was reported to be in the Red Sea about two days ago. Earlier, a Greek cargo ship flying the flag of the Marshall Islands was attacked by two missiles while in the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, which connects the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean. The UKMTO declared an “incident” in the Red Sea, about 40 nautical miles south of Al-Mukha port city. Vessels are advised to exercise caution when navigating this area and report any suspicious activity to UKMTO.

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