UN raises alarm on decaying Red Sea oil tanker FSO Safer, which could ‘break up or explode any time’

The United Nations has appealed for the last US$14 million needed to try and prevent a stricken oil tanker from triggering a disaster off Yemen that could cost US$20 billion to clean up.

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