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Iran seizes Iraqi oil tanker smuggling fuel in Gulf: TV

Reuters Sunday, 4 August 2019
Iranian Revolutionary Guards seized an Iraqi oil tanker in the Gulf which they said was smuggling fuel and detained seven crewmen, Iran's state media reported on Sunday, in a show of power amid heightened tension with the West.
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards have seized an Iraqi tanker accused of smuggling fuel, state media reported on Sunday - a show of power amid heightened tensions with the West. David Doyle reports.

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