Monday 20 November 2017
News ID: 46398
Publish Date: 12 November 2017 - 23:37

DUBAI (Dispatches) -- Yemen's armed Houthi movement said on Sunday it could attack warships and oil tankers from enemy countries in retaliation against the closure of Yemeni ports by Saudi Arabia last week.
The United Nations says the closure could cause a famine in Yemen that could kill millions of people if ports are not reopened. "The battleships and oil tankers of the aggression and their movements will not be safe from the fire of Yemeni naval forces if they are directed by the senior leadership (to attack)," the Houthis' official media outlet Al Masirah said on its website, citing a military commander.
 



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