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US navy investigates possible missile attack from Yemen on American ships

US warships in Red Sea ‘had indications of missile threat’ Opinion: The US just bombed Yemen, and no one’s talking about it The US navy on Sunday began investigating a possible overnight missile attack from Yemen on a group of American warships in the Red Sea, amid uncertainty about what transpired. Related: The US just bombed Yemen, and no one's talking about it | Moustafa Bayoumi Continue reading.
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