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Iran tanker prepares to leave after Gibraltar decides to free it: TV

WorldNews Friday, 16 August 2019
Iran tanker prepares to leave after Gibraltar decides to free it: TVDUBAI (Reuters) - An Iranian oil tanker is being reflagged and is preparing to sail to the Mediterranean, Iran's state television reported on Friday, after Gibraltar decided to free the seized ship. "Based on the owner's request, the oil tanker Grace 1 will depart for the Mediterranean...
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News video: U.S. applies to seize Iran oil tanker

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The U.S. has applied to seize the Iranian tanker held in Gibraltar, scuppering hopes that it would be released on Thursday and allow an easing of tensions. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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