Yemen's Houthis threaten oil assets and take the fight to southern groups

Issue 1158 - 15 Nov 2022 | 4 minute read

Since the six-month ceasefire in Yemen ended in early October, Houthi forces have launched a series of drone attacks on energy infrastructure targets. To date, they have caused minimal damage, but the rebel group showed during the summer that it has a large stock of weapons at its disposal and more strikes seem likely.

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