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Iran frees Indian sailors, gives consular access to others
After impounding two oil tankers for legal violations in the Strait of Hormuz, Iran freed a number of the crewmen and granted consular access to other remaining crew members.
UAE says no proof Iran hit tankers in clear rebuttal to US-Saudi claims
The United Arab Emirates says there is no "clear, scientific and convincing" evidence to assign blame for the recent tanker attacks off its coast in the Sea of Oman, splitting with the United States and Saudi Arabia, which hold Iran responsible for the suspicious acts.
Iran rescues sailors of tankers affected in Sea of Oman: Source
An informed source told IRNA that 44 sailors of the two foreign oil tankers which were hit by explosions in the Sea of Oman this morning have been rescued by an Iranian vessel in coordination with Hormuzgan's maritime search and rescue center.
Water tankers prove a lifeline for India's parched villages
As Gajanand Dukre parks his water tanker in a drought-stricken Indian village, dozens of locals - mostly women in saris — come running with jerrycans, buckets and stainless steel pots.
Saudi Arabia says oil tankers hit off UAE; Iran calls for probe
Saudi Arabia said on Monday that two Saudi oil tankers were attacked off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, condemning it as an attempt to undermine the security of crude supplies.
Iran vows to protect oil tankers against US threats
Iran’s Armed Forces pledged on Monday to protect the country’s oil tankers against possible threats after the United States said the ships should not be allowed to dock anywhere because they were a “floating liability.”
Iran tankers now free to dock at any port
A top Iranian oil official said on Friday that sanctions on Iranian shipping lines have been completely removed, adding that Iranian tankers presently have no problem to travel to ports around the world.
NITC: No limit on traffic of Iranian oil tankers in world
Kerry: European banks free to pursue business with Iran
Oil tankers docking at Iran’s Kharg terminal double
A senior Iranian official says the number of foreign oil tankers docking at Iran’s southern Kharg oil terminal has doubled after the implementation of last year’s nuclear agreement between Iran and six global powers.
Iranian oil tankers back to int'l waters
Western governments have scrapped European Union sanctions on the National Iranian Tanker Company and the company will soon reenter international markets, managing director of NITC said.

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