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Ship carrying thousands of sheep sinks off Sudan’s coast

By Reuters
15 June 2022   |   4:47 am
A ship carrying nearly 16,000 sheep sunk off Sudan's Red Sea coast on Sunday before it was heading to Saudi Arabia, port officials said.

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