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Initial US investigation blames Iran for UAE ship attacks

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Initial US investigation blames Iran for UAE ship attacks

Initial US investigation blames Iran for UAE ship attacks

A US official says Iran is suspected of involvement in attacks on oil tankers off the UAE coast but has no evidence yet.

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