U.S. administration considers redesignation of Houthi terrorist organization UAE attack | Reuters

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US President Joe Biden has redesignated the Houthis as an international terrorist organization after Yemen’s pro-Iranian armed Houthi attacked the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with drones and missiles on the 19th. He said he was considering it. Photograph of materials, Fushi soldiers near Sanaa, taken in December 2014 (2022 Reuters / Mohamed al-Sayaghi)

[Washington19thReuters]–US President Byden attacks the Houthis in international terrorism on the 19th after Yemen’s pro-Iranian armed group Houthi attacked the United Arab Emirates (UAE) with unmanned aircraft (drones) and missiles. He said he was considering redesignating the organization.

In Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, three fuel trucks exploded on the 17th, killing three people, and a fire broke out near Abu Dhabi Airport, and the Fushi faction claimed the crime.

Mr. Biden replied “under consideration” when asked if he would support the redesignation of the Houthi movement, which was de-designated as an international terrorist organization about a year ago.

He also acknowledged that it would be “very difficult” to end the conflict with the Saudi-led coalition forces, which would include the Houthis and the internationally recognized Yemeni government and the UAE.

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