The Houthis, part of the anti-Western, anti-Israel "axis of resistance" of Iran-backed groups.
A vessel reported coming under a missile attack off Yemen's southern coast on Monday while transiting the strategic Bab Al Mandeb strait, security agencies said.
The incident occurred before 0400 local time (0100 GMT) in an area where Houthi rebels have repeatedly targeted Red Sea shipping in recent months, the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO) agency said in a report.
"The crew are reported safe and the vessel is proceeding to next port of call," UKMTO said.
Another security firm, Ambrey, said the Marshall Islands-flagged, Greece-owned bulk carrier "was targeted by missiles in two separate incidents" within 20 minutes and "was reportedly hit and sustained physical damage on the starboard side".
The vessel had a private armed security team on board, Ambrey said.
The rebels say the attacks are intended to show solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza.
The Houthis, part of the anti-Western, anti-Israel "axis of resistance" of Iran-backed groups, have been targeting Red Sea shipping vessels for months, triggering US and British reprisal attacks.
The rebels say the attacks are intended to show solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza, which has been ravaged by the Israel-Hamas war since October.
The group owner and operator of the bulk carrier targeted on Monday regularly trades cargo with Iran, "so this was assessed to be the likely destination", Ambrey said.
"The group owner of the bulker was also listed on the US stock market index NASDAQ, which was identified as the likely reason for the attack," it said.
The Houthis' attacks have prompted some shipping companies to detour around southern Africa to avoid the Red Sea, a vital route that normally carries about 12 percent of global maritime trade.
The coalition published footage of the operation destroying an unmanned aircraft depot inside a cave in Sanaa Governorate, and the destruction of a storage site for air defence missiles in Sanaa.
The Ministry of Defense (MOD) said in a statement that the armed forces have intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile launched towards the UAE.
Adviser Dr Hamad Saif Al Shamsi, Attorney General of the UAE, confirmed that deterrent legal measures will be taken against those who publish these materials, and the Attorney General warned members of society of the dangers of publishing and circulating these materials on social media, calling for compliance with the laws in force in the country.
In a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) on Tuesday, the UAE reiterated that these recurrent terror attacks by the Houthis reflect their blatant disregard for the international community and all international laws and norms.
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