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Iran rejects US blame for tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman

Deutsche Welle Friday, 14 June 2019
Tehran has dismissed US accusations that Iranian navy was behind attacks on tankers navigating through the Hormuz Strait as "baseless". Iran said their vessels had rushed to help the damaged ships and save their crew.
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The U.S. government reckons Iran is responsible for two suspected oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman this week, the BBC reports.

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