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Egypt tows away stranded oil tanker in Suez Canal

Reuters 05 Jun 2023
CAIRO, June 4 (Reuters) - An oil tanker that suffered engine failure in Egypt's Suez Canal, briefly disrupting traffic in the vital waterway, has been towed away, the canal's authority said on Sunday ... resumed as normal after tugboats managed to move the stranded tanker.
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Malta-flagged oil tanker breaks down in Egypt's Suez Canal, briefly disrupting traffic

The Malta Independent 05 Jun 2023
A tanker transporting crude oil broke down in a single-lane part of Egypt's Suez Canal on ...
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Oil tanker breaks down in Suez Canal, briefly disrupts traffic

The Gleaner 05 Jun 2023
CAIRO (AP) A tanker transporting crude oil broke down in a single-lane part of Egypt’s Suez Canal on Sunday, briefly disrupting traffic in the global waterway, Egyptian authorities said. The Malta-flagged Seavigour suffered a mechanical... .
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US, UK navies say responded to call from ship in Strait of Hormuz

Al Jazeera 05 Jun 2023
The US is suspected to have seized the Suez Rajan, a tanker linked to a US private equity firm and believed to have been carrying sanctioned Iranian crude oil off Singapore ... At the end of April, Iran seized the Turkish-operated, Chinese-owned tanker Advantage Sweet, which was carrying Kuwaiti crude oil for the US energy firm Chevron.
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US, UK navies say they respond to distress call as Iran's Revolutionary Guard 'harassed' ship

Detroit news 05 Jun 2023
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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U.S., British navies say they responded to distress call as Iran’s Revolutionary Guard ‘harassed’ ship

The Los Angeles Times 05 Jun 2023
and UAE security partnerships.” The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US Navy says Iran Revolutionary Guard fast-attack boats ‘harassed’ ship in Strait of Hormuz

The Willoughby News-Herald 05 Jun 2023
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US, UK Navies Say They Aided Ship 'Harassed' by Iran's Revolutionary Guard

Voa News 05 Jun 2023
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US, UK navies say they responded to distress call as Iran’s Revolutionary Guard ‘harassed’ ship

Arab News 05 Jun 2023
... tanker Advantage Sweet ... The Mideast-based commanders of the US, British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US, UK navies say they responded to distress call as Iran's Revolutionary Guard 'harassed' ship

The Lawton Constitution 05 Jun 2023
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US Navy says Iran Revolutionary Guard fast-attack boats 'harassed' ship in Strait of Hormuz

Rutland Herald 05 Jun 2023
The Mideast-based commanders of the U.S., British and French navies last month also transited the Strait of Hormuz on Friday aboard an American warship, a sign of their unified approach to keep the crucial waterway open after Iran seized the two oil tankers.
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US, UK respond after Iranian fast-attack boats harass commercial vessel

The Jerusalem Post 05 Jun 2023
The incident comes just weeks after Iran seized two foreign oil tankers in the region in early May and late April. On May 3, the IRGC Navy seized the Panama-flagged oil tanker Niovi, which had departed Dubai and was transiting the Arabian Gulf toward the Emirati port of Fujairah.
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British and US navy vessels scramble to assist ship being 'harassed' by Iranian fast-attack boats ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jun 2023
The suspected American seizure of the Suez Rajan, a tanker linked to a US private equity firm believed to have been carrying sanctioned Iranian crude oil off Singapore, likely sparked Tehran to recently take the Marshall Islands-flagged tanker Advantage Sweet. That ship carried Kuwaiti crude oil for energy firm Chevron.
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Singapore safety clampdown snares over 30 tankers

Tradewinds 05 Jun 2023
The city state has so far detained 33 tankers or oil/chemical tankers in the ...

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