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Iranian oil tanker crew being interviewed as witnesses in Gibraltar

Reuters Friday, 5 July 2019 ()
The crew on a giant Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar are being interviewed as witnesses, not criminal suspects, in an effort to establish the nature of the cargo and its ultimate destination, a spokesman for the British territory said.
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