The Latest: Concern grows over UAE-based oil tanker
Tracking data shows an oil tanker based in the United Arab Emirates traveling through the Strait of Hormuz drifted off into Iranian waters and stopped transmitting its location over two days ago, raising concerns about its status amid heightened tensions between Iran and the U.S. It's not immediately clear what happened to the Panamanian-flagged oil tanker Riah late on Saturday night. Iranian officials haven't said anything publicly about the ship, nor have officials in the UAE.More DescriptionImage URL
The Latest: Official: US has 'suspicions' Iran seized tanker
A U.S. defense official tells The Associated Press that America 'has suspicions' that Iran seized an oil tanker based in the United Arab Emirates that turned off its tracker over two days ago in the Strait of Hormuz. The official said Tuesday that the MT Riah is in Iranian territorial waters near Qeshm Island, which has a Revolutionary Guard base on it. The official said that the boat had yet to contact its owners or UAE authorities.More DescriptionImage URL
The Latest: China calls Iran nuclear deal 'irreplaceable'
China has called the Iran nuclear deal 'irreplaceable' and the sole way to resolve the concerns over Tehran's nuclear program. Geng also blamed the United States for causing the current tensions last year, the Trump administration pulled out of the deal and re-imposed economic sanctions on Tehran.More DescriptionImage URL
The Latest: Iran says it helped a tanker with tow to harbor
Iran's state-run media is quoting the country's Foreign Ministry spokesman as saying the Islamic Republic helped an oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz amid U.S. concern that Tehran seized one there. The state-run IRNA news agency early Wednesday quoted Abbas Mousavi as saying Iran towed an unnamed vessel to harbor after it suffered a technical malfunction.More DescriptionImage URL
The Latest: Iran's leader vows response to British 'piracy'
Iran's top leader says his country will retaliate over the seizure of an Iranian tanker by British authorities. The Iranian supertanker, carrying 2.1 million barrels of light crude oil, was seized with the help of British Royal Marines earlier this month off Gibraltar. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said Saturday that Britain will facilitate the release the ship if Iran can provide guarantees the vessel will not breach European sanctions on oil shipments to Syria.More DescriptionImage URL
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