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Denmark sends warship to counter Houthi attacks in Red Sea

Lena Hunter
January 19th, 2024


The frigate has an extended self-defence mandate but will not attack Yemen’s coast, says defence minister. Plus, billions are being pumped into the military for fighter planes, missiles, revamped barracks, ammo and a “Patriot-like air defence”. Rumours abound that Danish PM will become Euro Council president, and Hövding bike helmets don’t protect you after all.


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Danish Iver Huitfeldt-class frigate (F362). Photo: V-P Kivimäki/Flickr

The frigate has an extended self-defence mandate but will not attack Yemen's coast, says defence minister. Plus, billions are being pumped into the military for fighter planes, missiles, revamped barracks, ammo and a "Patriot-like air defence”. Rumours abound that Danish PM will become Euro Council president, and Hövding bike helmets don't protect you after all.

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