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How the U.S. and allies plan to protect ships from Houthi attacks in Red Sea

Tensions are rising in the Red Sea, where about 12 percent of the world’s global trade passes through. Houthi militias in Yemen say they are attacking ships to support Palestinians. Defense Secretary Austin announced a new multinational effort to protect ships in the region. Geoff Bennett and retired Gen. Frank McKenzie discussed how that will work.

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