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US Strikes Yemen Rebels for First Time

American officials say US-launched Tomahawk cruise missiles have destroyed three coastal radar sites in Houthi-controlled territory on Yemen's Red Sea Coast. The strikes marked the first shots fired by the US in anger against the Houthis in Yemen's long-running civil war,, the AP reports. The retaliatory action early Thursday followed...
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