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Tankers On Fire In Gulf Of Oman After Suspected Attack

All 44 crew members from both vessels were reportedly rescued and sustained only minor injuries. The incidents come weeks after reports of attacks on four tankers that the U.S. has blamed on Iran.
The tankers Front Altair and Kokuka Courageous' movements are shown in this still image taken from an animation obtained on Thursday from social media. Source: MarineTraffic via Reuters

Two oil tankers were on fire after a suspected attack in the Gulf of Oman, the same waterway where four other commercial ships sustained serious damage last month after the U.S. said they were hit by Iranian mines.

The Norwegian shipping company Frontline, which owns , said its vessel had experienced an explosion,

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