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After Iran seizes oil tanker, UK asks ships to avoid Hormuz Strait

*London:* Britain on Saturday advised ships to avoid the Strait of Hormuz for "an interim period" following Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker. "We remain deeply concerned about Iran's..
Mid-Day - Published

Mesdar manager says vessel resumed voyage after boarded by armed guards

Oil tanker Mesdar, which had turned in the direction of Iran, was boarded by armed personnel at approximately 1630 GMT but they have now left and the vessel has resumed its voyage, its British operator..
Reuters India - Published

Oil tanker Mesdar changes direction again, heads back into Gulf - Refinitiv

The British-operated oil tanker Mesdar, which had turned in the direction of Iran, changed course again on Friday to head back into the Gulf, Refinitiv tracking data showed.
Reuters India - Published

Iranian news agency says British-operated Mesdar tanker has not been seized

Iran's Revolutionary Guards have not captured the British-operated, Liberian-flagged ship Mesdar in the Gulf, Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, quoting regional military sources.
Reuters India - Published

Second tanker in Gulf turns sharply towards Iran, Refinitiv data shows

A second oil tanker, the British-operated, Liberian-flagged Mesdar, turned sharply north towards Iran's coast on Friday afternoon after passing westward through the Strait of Hormuz into the Gulf,..
Reuters India - Published

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