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Houthi rebels fire a missile on the Marlin Luanda, an oil tanker operating on behalf of Trafigura Group, in the Red Sea.
The vessel was carrying Russian-origin naphtha — a product used to make plastics and gasoline — purchased below the price cap imposed by the Group of Seven nations, a Trafigura spokesperson said Friday.
The company says no one on board was hurt and the ship sailed toward a safe harbor.
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