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Drone-fired rocket hits Yemen oil terminal

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A drone-fired rocket hit Yemen’s al-Dhabba offshore oil terminal, in Hadhramaut province on November 21, according to the Yemeni government.

The Houthis fired a projectile from a drone that landed at the entrance of the terminal. The vessel had originally entered the terminal to load a shipment of crude oil, but left after the attack.

Part of the British Royal Navy, the Maritime Trade Operations (UKMTO), said they had received a report that a missile attack on a single-point mooring had been carried out, but did not name the ship. All crew and vessel have been reported safe.

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