Tanker on fire for hours after attack by Houthis in Gulf of Aden – PPT News


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Missiles fired by the Houthis, an Iran-backed rebel group, struck the Marlin Luanda tanker in the Gulf of Aden. The French Navy, whose ships were among the rescuers, reported the blaze took 20 hours to put out. NBC News’ Matt Bradley has the latest.

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