U.N. still waiting for Houthi approval to visit decaying oil tanker off Yemen

Jul 30 2020


The United Nations was still waiting for Yemen’s Houthi group to authorize deployment of an assessment team to a decaying oil tanker that is threatening to spill 1.1 million barrels of crude oil off the war-torn country’s coast last Tuesday.

                           

Reuters


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