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'Flying objects' damaged Japanese tanker in Gulf of Oman: shipping company president

Reuters Friday, 14 June 2019 ()
Two "flying objects" damaged a Japanese tanker in a suspected attack on Thursday in the Gulf of Oman, but there was no damage to the cargo of methanol, the president of the shipping company said on Friday.
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