Houthi missile hits ship in Gulf of Aden


A missile attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels set a ship ablaze in the Gulf of Aden on Thursday, injuring one person, as Israel intercepted what appeared to be another Houthi attack near the port city of Eilat, authorities said, Report informs, citing CBS News.

The attack Thursday in the Gulf of Aden saw the Houthis fire two anti-ship ballistic missiles from southern Yemen into the Gulf, hitting the UK-owned cargo ship MV Islander, “causing one minor injury and damage,” the US military’s Central Command said in a statement.