Iran-backed Houthis Attack Chinese Ship Despite Promised Restraint

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Yasmine Al-Farsi
1 min read

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The Iran-backed Houthi rebels, despite promising to refrain from attacking Chinese ships, fired missiles at the M/V Huang Pu, a Chinese-owned oil tanker, in the Red Sea. This breach of agreement has sparked concerns over the strengthening ties between Iran, China, and Russia, as highlighted by a US general's warnings to lawmakers about the destabilizing effects of this partnership.

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