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'Flying objects' damaged Japanese tanker during attack in Gulf of Oman

Reuters Friday, 14 June 2019
Two "flying objects" damaged a Japanese tanker owned by Kokuka Sangyo Co in an attack on Thursday in the Gulf of Oman, but there was no damage to the cargo of methanol, the company president said on Friday.
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News video: Tanker Sinks In Gulf Of Oman After Attack

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The Iranian news agency IRNA reported on Thursday that the Front Altair, an oil tanker damaged in an attack in the Gulf of Oman, had sunk. According to Reuters, Earlier reports had said the tanker was carrying 75,000 tonnes of naphtha, a flammable liquid hydrocarbon. Iranian search and rescue teams...

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