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The Red Sea, bordered by Africa and Asia, is a saltwater inlet connecting to the Indian Ocean. Renowned for vibrant coral reefs, it supports diverse marine life. With historical significance and economic importance, it's a hub for trade and tourism. The region faces environmental challenges, and geopolitical dynamics play a role in shaping its future.

Ongoing attacks on vessels in the Red Sea area have reduced traffic through the Suez Canal, disrupting global supply chains. The current Red Sea crisis began in October 2023, when the Iran-backed Houthi movement in Yemen launched missiles and armed drones at Israel, demanding an end to their war in Gaza. The Houthis have continued to launch strikes against commercial shipping in the Red Sea, prompting military responses from a number of countries, including the US and the UK.


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