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        Blaze at port of Suakin, Sudan

        Firefighters have contained a large blaze that erupted in a cargo area of the Sudanese Red Sea port of Suakin, the port’s director said Thursday.

        The increasing complexity of maritime security in the Red Sea

        The US last month established a new Combined Task Force 153 within the Combined Maritime Forces in the Middle East to focus on the Red Sea. The new task force reflects growing international interest..

        Houthis renege on new deal to prevent Red Sea oil spill disaster

        The Iran-backed Houthi militia in Yemen on Sunday reneged on a deal to head off an environmental disaster in the Red Sea, only hours after reaching an agreement with the UN.

        By targeting civilian ships, Iran ‘had last word’ in sea shadow war with Israel

        Professor Rear. Admiral (Ret.) Shaul Chorev tells JNS that Israel needs a more thought-out strategy when it comes to dealing with the Iranian threat at sea, as well as combat that has become..

        Houthis seize 'hostile' vessel off Yemen which Saudis say carried medical equipment

        The Iran-aligned Houthi movement that controls most of northern Yemen hijacked a United Arab Emirates-flagged cargo vessel engaged in "hostile acts" but which the Saudis said was carrying hospital..

        Arab coalition destroys two Houthi booby-trapped boats in Salif

        The Arab coalition confirmed on Monday it had destroyed two booby-trapped boats of the Houthi militia in the Salif region and thwarted an imminent attack.

        Red Sea Drones: Countering Houthi Maritime Tactics

        Mariners in the Red Sea have long been threatened by pirates, but they now must deal with a much more modern threat as well: unmanned explosive boats. 

        Israel freezes UAE oil deal over environmental concerns

        Israel’s environmental protection ministry has announced its decision to delay the implementation of a proposed oil exports transport deal with the United Arab Emirates, freezing a project that has..

        Israeli Navy to procure four SHALDAG MK V vessels

        The SHALDAG MK V IN is one of the three variants of the SHALDAG-class fast patrol boats.

        LNA declares north of Sebha military operations zone

        The Libyan National Army (LNA) declared the areas north of Sebha, especially Zallaf, a military operations zone, in which movement of vehicles and individuals is prohibited.