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US officials suspect Iran may have seized missing UAE-based oil tanker

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 16 July 2019
A small oil tanker that stopped transmitting its location more than two days ago while traveling through a vital waterway near the Persian Gulf didn't emit a distress call, causing U.S. officials to suspect Iran may have seized the vessel, American defense officials said Tuesday. 
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