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New evidence unveiled Iran's attack on tankers in the Gulf of Oman


The US Navy showed "physical evidence" of Iran’s attacks on tankers.

The Reuters news agency reports that the US military has fragments of a magnetic mine that damaged a tanker in the Gulf of Oman. This ripped mine is similar to those used by Iran.

As follows from the data available to the agency, the Americans were able to get the wreckage of a mine shell and a magnet. As a high-ranking representative of the US Navy Central Command, Sean Kaido, told reporters, "the magnetic mine used in the attack has its own distinctive characteristics and is very similar to Iranian mines that have been publicly displayed at Iranian military parades."

On June 18, photos taken from an American helicopter were made public. According to the American side, they are sealed by members of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).

A little earlier, the United States military published a video in which, as expected, the Iranians are busy removing the unexploded mines from the tanker Kokuka Courageous. The text, attached to the video, said that the boat was able to identify. She turned out to be the boat of the Gashti-class Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

Two tankers in the Gulf of Oman were attacked on the morning of June 13. Immediately followed by a statement by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that the attack was organized by the Iranian authorities or their allies.

In the footage from the UN meeting, the test tube in Colin Powell’s hands was more convincing. And then, in spite of all the persuasiveness, Colin admitted that at that time he was a lie. And that in his modern style he was mistaken sincerely.
Well, this time they will also be kind of mistakenly mistaken, but then, or believe, without demanding normal evidence, but now?

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