A ship unloads a cargo of fuel at the Red Sea port of Hodieda, Yemen April 1, 2018. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad
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An attack on a Saudi tanker by Yemen's Houthis would not hit oil supplies, Saudi energy minister said Wednesday, after the Iran-allied group said it had targeted a warship in response to an airstrike that killed civilians. The Western-backed, Arab-led coalition, which includes Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, says the Houthis attacked the oil tanker off Yemen's main port of Hudaida Tuesday.However, the Houthis say they targeted a coalition warship in response to an airstrike on Hudaida Monday that killed at least a dozen civilians, including seven children.The Houthis, who control most of northern Yemen, have launched missiles at Saudi Arabia, including the capital Riyadh, in the past few days.
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