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Time to step back from Tanker War Two

Old industry hands remember the Tanker War of 1984-87, which killed 430 civilian seafarers and damaged 546 ships. US and Iranian diplomats have a responsibility to the rest of the world to avoid a re-run

Important details are missing from our account of the Saudi tanker attacks, but shipping should now be on guard against politically charged security threats

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