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AMSTERDAM, June 14 (Reuters) - Dutch marine engineer Boskalis on Friday said it had has been appointed to salvage both tankers that were hit on Thursday in the Gulf of Oman in a suspected attack.
Boskalis said the condition of the Front Altair tanker, carrying a cargo of naphtha, was still worrying, while the methanol carrying Kokuka Courageous was in a stable condition. (Reporting by Bart Meijer. Editing by Jane Merriman)