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Saudi-led coalition says Yemen's Houthis seize ship in Red Sea

Reuters Monday, 18 November 2019
The Saudi-led military coalition engaged in Yemen said on Monday that the Iran-aligned Houthi movement had seized a vessel towing a South Korean drilling rig at the south end of the Red Sea.
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