British warship warned Iranian forces against seizing tanker

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LONDON — A British warship radioed an Iranian patrol boat to warn against interfering with the Stena Impero as the oil tanker passed through the Strait of Hormuz, according to a recording obtained by Reuters. Iran’s Revolutionary Guards seized the British-flagged tanker with a crew of 23 on Friday. “Please confirm that you are not […]

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