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Riyadh calls for international efforts on Red Sea security as oil shipments resume

Saudi energy minister wants more international involvement to counter Houthi attacks as Western forces and surrounding countries are apparently stepping up to enhance security. Saudi Aramco has resumed shipments via Bab-El- Mandeb after a 10-day halt

Turning off the Automatic Identification System is insufficient to avoid Houthi attacks, according to Intertanko

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