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U.S. strikes another Houthi target in Yemen

U.S. strikes another Houthi target in Yemen Illustrative photo: The U.S. has again struck the Houthis in Yemen (Getty Images)

The troops of the United States of America today, January 31, once again attacked the Houthi object on the territory of Yemen, according to the Central Command of the U.S. Armed Forces.

"Jan. 31 at approximately 3:30 p.m. (Sanaa time), USCENTCOM forces struck and destroyed a Houthi surface-to-air missile prepared to launch. U.S. forces identified the missile in Houthi-controlled areas of Yemen and determined that it presented an imminent threat to U.S. aircraft," says the statement.

As specified in the central command, the missile was detected in the area of ​​Yemen controlled by the Houthis. It was a threat to American aircraft.

U.S. strikes on the Houthis

Recall that the American military has repeatedly launched missile strikes on Houthi targets in Yemen. The reason for this was the attacks by militants on ships in the Red Sea, which began back in November of last year.

Houthis' weaponry has repeatedly been the target of the American military. In particular, they attacked anti-ship missiles, with the help of which the militants wanted to hit the ships.

Today, January 31, it became known that an American destroyer shot down a Houthi missile over the Red Sea.