Drones caused explosions in two Egyptian Red Sea towns, Taba and Nuweiba, injuring six people. Israel attributes the drones to Yemen’s Houthi movement, suggesting they were intended to strike Israel. There hasn’t been any official claim of responsibility for the attacks, but these incidents emphasize the potential for regional consequences stemming from the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict.
- Explosions in Taba and Nuweiba resulted from drone strikes, injuring six in Taba.
- Israel believes the drones were launched by Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi movement to target Israel.
- One drone crashed in Taba, while the other was downed outside of Egyptian airspace, with debris landing near Nuweiba.
- Witnesses in the affected areas reported hearing explosions and observing Egyptian warplanes.
- These drone strikes highlight the broader regional risks tied to the Israel-Gaza conflict, with Egypt being particularly exposed due to its borders with both Gaza and Israel.