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The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)’s Ground Force says Iran has identified some institutions in its neighboring countries that train terrorists.

Speaking on Sunday, Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour said that the enemy uses the capacity of Daesh and Salafi terrorist groups to make the region insecure.

“The enemy’s [spy] agencies are tasked with developing and designing terrorist actions, as well as equipping, directing and organizing terrorists,” he added.

The situation is worsening in the Red Sea area of the Middle East after Yemen's Houthi rebels attacked, or so it seems, a bulk carrier using a suicide drone boat.

A major deviation from their usual anti-ship ballistic missiles and kamikaze aerial drones, the Houthis reportedly struck the vessel, known as "Tutor," on the stern using "a small craft" about 66 nautical miles southwest of Al Hudaydah, Yemen, according to the British military's United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations.

The US military has unleashed a wave of attacks on the Houthi Rebels of Yemen after the group launched missiles of their own in the Arabian and Red Sea. In a statement, the US military's Central Command said they had taken out seven radar sites where the Houthis had been operating. They said: “These radars allow the Houthis to target maritime vessels and endanger commercial shipping." It is not yet clear whether any Houthi personnel were killed or injured as a result of the strikes.

Two different articles penned by Luke Coffey, a senior fellow at Washington-based Hudson Institute and Anatolii Petrenko, Ukrainian ambassador in Saudi Arabia should be shocking for anyone who understands Washington and its NATO ally’s geopolitical game-plan, which is precisely designed to intensify and solidify West’s dominance in the world with special emphasis on oil-rich Arab countries, as those have always been seen by the military industrial complex and its purpose-serving elements within governments as cash cow.

The Yemeni army has announced that one of the ships targeted in its latest military operations in international waters has sunk, while the other is at risk of sinking. In a statement on Saturday, Army Spokesman Yahya Saree said that the ships, named Verbena and Tutor, were targeted in the past 72 hours» Iranian IRNA (Islamic Republic News Agency) reported.