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Ship attacked by Yemen’s Houthi rebels in fatal assault sinks in Red Sea in their second sinking

  • A ship named the Tutor in the Red Sea was allegedly sunk by Iranian-backed Yemen-based Houthi militants, resulting in the death of one sailor, as reported by officials on Wednesday.
  • The attack on the Tutor, a coal carrier, occurred on June 12 and was confirmed by the United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations , with military authorities noting debris and oil in the vessel's last known location.
  • The Tutor was struck by missiles and a remote-controlled boat carrying explosives, leading to its sinking, as per reports.
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