An oil tanker managed by a Bermuda-based shipping company, Frontline, suffered a fire while sailing through the Gulf of Oman, a spokesman for the company told CNN. The causes of the fire on the "Front Altair" are still unclear but "all the crew were evacuated and they are all safe," the spokesman said. read whole article

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