Yemen’s Houthis threaten more attacks on UAE Israeli president presses on with visit to Expo Dubai UAE prides itself as safe business haven Attacks mark escalation in Yemen conflict UAE, Gulf states basing new security ties on Iran concerns DUBAI, Jan 30 (Reuters) – The United Arab Emirates said on Monday it intercepted a ballistic missile fired by Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi movement as the UAE hosted Israeli President Isaac Herzog on his first official visit to the Gulf business and tourism hub. In the third such attack on the U.S.-allied Gulf state in the last two weeks, the Houthis’ military spokesman said they fired Zulfiqar missiles at Abu Dhabi and drones at Dubai. read more He reiterated a warning to residents and firms to “stay away from vital headquarters and facilities” in the UAE, which prides itself as a safe business haven and global tourism destination. The United States […]