An oil tanker accident off the Egyptian port of Suez caused the spill of 2,000 metric tons of diesel oil and sank part of Suez Petroleum Products' terminal in the Red Sea. The Liberian-registered Temryuk tanker struck the terminal during a storm Jan. 12, sinking a jetty and pipeline linking the terminal to an onshore tank farm west of the port. U.A.E.

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