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Stena Impero, owned by Swedish company Stena Bulk, was captured by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps on July 19
The US State Department maintains the tanker is assisting the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps by transporting oil to Syria
The US has issued a warrant to seize the vessel, formerly known as Grace 1, claiming it has links to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, which it designates as a terrorist organisation
Destabilising behaviour is a threat to Australia’s interests in the region, the Australian prime minister reiterates amid spate of attacks on international shipping in the region in recent months
Call comes after the abduction of 17 seafarers in the Gulf of Guinea
Tehran warns any attempt by the US to seize the Adrian Darya 1 — formerly Grace 1 — again will be met with ‘heavy consequences’
Another vessel attacked a few hours earlier has been identified as the Antigua- and Barbuda-flagged multipurpose vessel MarMalaita
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