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JUST IN: Two tankers evacuated in Gulf of Oman after incident; crew are safe - sources
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Farshad Jun 13
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Exactly during meeting of and ? Something is really fishy
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أخناتون #زكي_مبارك Jun 13
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Iran seeks suicide, and the Iranian regime threatens the world, if Saudi Arabia and the UAE stop its oil from the world for only two days, there will be disasters in oil scarcity and oil price inflation, will the world wait today? Iran is an enemy of the world
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Reuters Top News Jun 13
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MORE: Two oil tankers still on fire after attacks in Gulf of Oman - source
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أخناتون #زكي_مبارك Jun 13
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Did you know that oil prices rose 4% after this incident? Imagine with me stopping Saudi oil export due to the lack of safety of the energy traffic in the Arabian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz what will the world do?No one realizes the gravity of the oil shutdown until it happens
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Ajay sachdev Jun 13
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Sancho Panzadivision Jun 13
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It's the Gulf of Tonkin all over again
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أخناتون #زكي_مبارك Jun 13
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Failing to deter Iran and its terrorist arms will lead to major catastrophes, under King Faisal, who stopped oil from the world and America and many countries were affected by this decision, what if it happened because of Iran's threat to oil tankers?
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shawn dell Jun 13
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What do you expect with selling billions of dollars worth of weapons to the region.
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so what Jun 13
Replying to @toomadj @Reuters
Enough with the conspiracy theory bullshit iran behind all terriost attack in the region exept this time the idiots attacking oil tankers and this freak the west !!but they free to kill people in iraq and syria
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🅺🆂🅰4🅴🆅🅴🆁🇸🇦🐺 Jun 13
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What is the nationality of both tankers?? And which country they shipped from??
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Savethetigers Jun 13
Replying to @KSA4EVERBE @Reuters
One of the ships is norwegian and belong to the company Frontline.
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Ham777 Jun 13
Replying to @_Akhnaton @Reuters
What if it's a false flag like creditable media outlets have been warning us about?
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هلالي Jun 13
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I wonder who is behind this IRAN
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Terence Starzl Jun 13
You are thinking of a different incident. These tankers are Marshal Islands-Front Altair and the Panama- Kokuka Courageous
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Savethetigers Jun 13
I belive all Frontlines ships are registred in Marshal Island but i could be mistaken.
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Savethetigers Jun 13
I just hope this doesnt result in open warfare.
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Villain 💫 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Jun 13
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Probably
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