Houthi attacks in the Red Sea are idling car factories and delaying new fashion. Will it get worse?
Houthi fighters march on Jan. 22 during a rally of support for the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and against the U.S. strikes on Yemen outside Sanaa. Attacks on ships in the Red Sea by Houthi rebels have unraveled a key global trade route, forcing vessels into longer and more costly journeys around Africa. (AP/Photo)
This photograph shows U.S.-owned ship Genco Picardy that came under attack Wednesday from a bomb-carrying drone launched by Yemen's Houthi rebels in the Gulf of Aden. (Indian Navy/via AP, File)