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UK offers release of Iran tanker if oil isn't bound for Syria

euronews Sunday, 14 July 2019
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the tanker detained near Gibraltar could be released if the UK receives guarantees that its oil isn't bound for Syria.
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