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Iran tanker reported hit by missiles is heading for Iran -Refinitiv data

Iran tanker reported hit by missiles is heading for Iran -Refinitiv data
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An Iranian tanker, which Iran's oil company said was hit by missiles in the Red Sea, is headed towards Iran's Larak port in the Gulf, Refinitiv shipping data showed on Friday.

The status of the Sabiti oil tanker was "underway using engine" with its destination set as Larak, an island off the Iranian coast, the latest data showed.

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