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Greek PM Says Iranian Tanker – Which the US Has Warned Countries Not to Help – is Not Heading to Greece

CNSNews.com Thursday, 22 August 2019
After the United States warned Greece and other countries in the Mediterranean not to help an Iranian supertanker which U.S. officials believe is taking crude oil to Syria, the new prime minister of Greece said Thursday the ship “is not heading to a Greek port.”
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