'Dangerous Act': Iranian Oil Tanker Reportedly Struck by Two Missiles Off Saudi Coast

An Iranian oil tanker was reportedly struck by two missiles off the coast of Saudi Arabia early Friday morning in what Iran’s state media said may have been a “terrorist attack.”

Iran has not officially assigned blame for the incident, which sparked explosions and an oil spill that is now reportedly under control.

“The National Iranian Tanker Co., which owns the oil tanker Sabiti, said the vessel was in the Red Sea, about 60 miles off the Saudi Arabian port of Jeddah, when it was likely hit by missiles that damaged its main tanks,” the Wall Street Journal reported. “The ship’s crew were unharmed, NITC said on its Telegram account.”

NITC said it “looks like” the incident could have been caused by a missile attack but it is not yet sure.

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