The French oil tanker Limburg is seen two days after an explosion ripped through its hold off the coast of Yemen, about 3 miles from the port of Mina al-Dabah, 496 miles southeast of the capital San’a, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2002.
The French oil tanker Limburg is seen two days after an explosion ripped through its hold off the coast of Yemen, about 3 miles from the port of Mina al-Dabah, 496 miles southeast of the capital San’a, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2002. AMR NABIL ASSOCIATED PRESS
The French oil tanker Limburg is seen two days after an explosion ripped through its hold off the coast of Yemen, about 3 miles from the port of Mina al-Dabah, 496 miles southeast of the capital San’a, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2002. AMR NABIL ASSOCIATED PRESS

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