Iran’s ‘rogue armada’ of sanctions-skirting tankers revealed
United Against Nuclear Iran publishes list of 115 tankers exploiting regulatory loopholes to ship Iranian crude
Ships are not part of Iran’s state-owned fleet but performing the same role, says non-government organisation, noting vessel numbers rose from 70 at end of last year
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