Yemen’s army fired missiles at British oil tanker Pollux in the Red Sea as attacks on commercial shipping continue because of Israel’s war on Gaza.

Iran Press/ West Asia: A statement by the military spokesperson Yahya Sarea didn’t elaborate on whether any damage was inflicted. Since the start of the war in Gaza, the Yemeni army has been targeting ships carrying goods to Israel in the Red Sea.

“Yemeni Armed Forces persist with their military operations, enforcing a blockade on Israeli navigation in the Red and Arabian Seas until a ceasefire is achieved and a siege is lifted in the Gaza Strip."

The Yemeni army has announced that it is doing this to stop the killing of the people of Gaza by the Israeli regime.

The UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron in a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi at the Munich Security Conference on Friday discussed the latest developments in the Red Sea.

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