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Attacks on non-Saudi vessels unlikely in Red Sea, Dryad says

Maritime security firm believes that targeting by Houthi rebels is almost exclusively due to ships being identified as in support of Saudi-led coalition or caused by their proximity to such vessels.

Threats to merchant shipping around Yemen have been evident for more than a year, where the government, backed by a Saudi-led coalition, has been fighting Houthi rebels

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