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JUST IN: Two tankers evacuated in Gulf of Oman after incident; crew are safe - sources
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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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🅺🆂🅰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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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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Savethetigers Jun 13
You can follow both ships on MarineTraffic,Front Altair and Kokuka Corageous south and southwest of Bandar-e-jask(Iran)
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K.A.G. Jun 13
Thats cool thank you for the link! very interesting to see the sea traffic
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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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هلالي Jun 13
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I wonder who is behind this IRAN
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S̾u̾r̾e̾R̾e̾a̾l̾i̾t̾y̾ Jun 13
Replying to @1mohammedF15 @Reuters
We will ensure Iran is blamed, even if they did not.
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Joe Staiano Jun 13
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. 100% fabricated by USA and . USA eager to go to war w Iran to steal their oil. A convenient distraction from talks and family and business crimes.
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Farshad Jun 13
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Exactly during meeting of and ? Something is really fishy
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Liberty for the Masses 💭 Jun 13
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