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Iranian oil tanker near Saudi Arabia coast hit by missiles, officials say

FOXNews.com Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
An Iranian oil tanker cruising 60 miles off the coast of Saudi Arabia was rocked by a pair of missiles Friday, briefly causing an oil leak and more broadly threatening to further inflame fraught regional tensions between the two heavyweight Muslim nations.
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