After Houthi Attack: Cargo Ship with 41,000 Tonnes of Fertilizer Sinks 

After Houthi attack: Cargo ship with 41,000 tonnes of fertilizer sinks | DW News

A cargo ship attacked by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea has sunk. It’s the first vessel lost since the Yemeni group began targeting commercial shipping it says is linked to Israel.

The British-owned Rubymar was carrying more than 40-thousand tonnes of fertilizer when it was hit by a missile and began taking in water nearly two weeks ago. Yemen’s internationally-recognized government is warning the sinking could cause an environmental catastrophe.
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