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Singapore-headquartered Trafigura’s oil-tanker hit by Houthis missile

The British-flagged oil tanker M/V Marlin Luanda is still on fire in the Gulf of Aden after it was hit by a Houthi missile on January 26. The Singapore-headquartered Trafigura company said in a statement, "The crew is continuing efforts to control the fire in one of the ship’s cargo tanks with support from military vessels." The company also said that "no injuries or casualties have been reported."




Meanwhile, US Central Command said USS Carney and other coalition ships are rendering assistance to the oil tanker.
 

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3 Responses to “Singapore-headquartered Trafigura’s oil-tanker hit by Houthis missile”

  • Both the US and UK have basically declared war on Yemen with their relentless bombardment of Yemen. There should be nothing holding the Yemenis back in terms of self-defense, Israeli-style of course. lol

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  • Feedback:

    Again Second Singapore vessels involved in Red Sea !!!
    Not Oil vessel. Oil from Russia???
    Cheaper but why petrol price so expensive ???
    Bad news.

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  • dave:

    The US and UK are the real terrorists. And they still think that they can hit the Houthis and not being hit. Wait for the sinking of an American warship and bombing of UK base in Cyprus.

    Tech: If I am not wrong, UK base also there. Must as well bomb together, since Biden and Sunak are bedfellows. lol

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