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A picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows items collected from the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows an item reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows an item reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows an item reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows an item reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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In a picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT), Commander Sean Kido, Commanding Officer of Task Group 56.1, speaks during a press briefing at a UAE Naval facility near the port of Fujairah on June 19, 2019 about the attack on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman last week. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) on June 19, 2019 shows a US Navy patrol boat docked at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the damage of Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the damage of Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the damage of Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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A picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
PICTURES TAKEN DURING A GUIDED TOUR BY THE US NAVY (NAVCENT)
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This image released on June 17, 2019 by the US Department of Defense in a press release is presented as a new evidence incriminating Iran in the June 13 tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman. (Photo by - / US NAVY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / US Department of Defense " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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This image released on June 17, 2019 by the US Department of Defense in a press release is presented as a new evidence incriminating Iran in the June 13 tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman. (Photo by - / US NAVY / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / US Department of Defense " - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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TOPSHOT - A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian State TV IRIB on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows smoke billowing from a tanker said to have been attacked off the coast of Oman, at un undisclosed location. - The crews of two oil tankers were evacuated off the coast of Iran today after they were reportedly attacked and caught fire in the Gulf of Oman, sending world oil prices soaring. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over tanker attacks in May. Iran said its navy had rescued 44 crew members after the two vessels caught fire in "accidents" off its coast. (Photo by HO / IRIB TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRIB" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS FROM ALTERNATIVE SOURCES, AFP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIGITAL ALTERATIONS TO THE PICTURE'S EDITORIAL CONTENT, DATE AND LOCATION WHICH CANNOT BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED - NO RESALE -NO ACCESS lSRAEL MEDIA -PERSIAN LANGUAGE TV STATIONS OUTSIDE IRAN - STRICTLY NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN == /
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TOPSHOT - This handout powerpoint slide provided by U.S. Central Command damage shows an explosion (L) and a likely limpet mine can be seen on the hull of the civilian vessel M/V Kokuka Courageous in the Gulf of Oman, June 13, 2019, as the guided-missile destroyer USS Bainbridge (DDG 96)(not pictured) approaches the damaged ship. - A methanol tanker came under fire in the Gulf of Oman on June 13 but all crew were saved after abandoning ship and its methanol cargo intact, its Japanese operator Kokuka Sangyo shipping company said (Photo by HO / Navy Office of Information / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / US NAVY" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ---
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A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian State TV IRIB on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows fire and smoke billowing from a tanker said to have been attacked off the coast of Oman, at un undisclosed location. - The crews of two oil tankers were evacuated off the coast of Iran today after they were reportedly attacked and caught fire in the Gulf of Oman, sending world oil prices soaring. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over tanker attacks in May. Iran said its navy had rescued 44 crew members after the two vessels caught fire in "accidents" off its coast. (Photo by HO / IRIB TV / AFP) / == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / HO / IRIB" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS FROM ALTERNATIVE SOURCES, AFP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIGITAL ALTERATIONS TO THE PICTURE'S EDITORIAL CONTENT, DATE AND LOCATION WHICH CANNOT BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED - NO RESALE -NO ACCESS lSRAEL MEDIA -PERSIAN LANGUAGE TV STATIONS OUTSIDE IRAN - STRICTLY NO ACCESS BBC PERSIAN == /
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TOPSHOT A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian News Agency ISNA on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows fire and smoke billowing from a tanker said to have been attacked in the waters of the Gulf of Oman. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the waters of the Gulf of Oman today, sending world oil prices soaring as Iran helped rescue stricken crew members. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over earlier tanker attacks in May. (Photo by - / ISNA / AFP)
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A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian News Agency ISNA on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows fire and smoke billowing from a tanker said to have been attacked in the waters of the Gulf of Oman. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the waters of the Gulf of Oman today, sending world oil prices soaring as Iran helped rescue stricken crew members. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over earlier tanker attacks in May. (Photo by - / ISNA / AFP)
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A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows an Iranian navy boat trying to control fire from Norwegian owned Front Altair tanker said to have been attacked in the waters of the Gulf of Oman. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the waters of the Gulf of Oman today, sending world oil prices soaring as Iran helped rescue stricken crew members. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over earlier tanker attacks in May. Subject : IRAN OIL TANKER 5 (Photo by - / TASNIM NEWS / AFP)
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A picture obtained by AFP from Iranian news agency Tasnim on June 13, 2019 reportedly shows an Iranian navy boat trying to control fire from Norwegian owned Front Altair tanker said to have been attacked in the waters of the Gulf of Oman. - Suspected attacks left two tankers in flames in the waters of the Gulf of Oman today, sending world oil prices soaring as Iran helped rescue stricken crew members. The mystery incident, the second involving shipping in the strategic sea lane in only a few weeks, came amid spiralling tensions between Tehran and Washington, which has pointed the finger at Iran over earlier tanker attacks in May. Subject : IRAN OIL TANKER 5 (Photo by - / TASNIM NEWS / AFP)
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