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Iranian oil tanker hit off Saudi coast, may have been missiles - Iran reports

Reuters Friday, 11 October 2019
An Iranian-owned oil tanker was struck, probably by missiles, in the Red Sea off Saudi Arabia's coast on Friday, Iranian media said, an incident that if confirmed will stoke tension in a region rattled by attacks on tankers and oil sites since May.
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