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Iranian Sailors Shout Anti-U.S. and Israel Insults to Mark Islamic Revolution

Par Simon Kent, Simon Kent
Sailors onboard the Iranian Navy's 66th flotilla took to international waters Tuesday to commemorate the 41st anniversary of the Iran Islamic Revolution by shouting angry insults and threats at U.S. and Israeli forces.

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Iranian navy personnel celebrate after successfully launching a Ghader missile from the Jask port area on the shores of the Sea of Oman during a drill, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013. Iran says it has tested advanced anti-ship missiles in the final day of a naval drill near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the passageway for one-fifth of the world's oil supply. State TV says "Ghader", or "Capable", a missile with a range of 200 kilometers (120 miles), and capable of destroying a warship, was among the weapons used Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jamejam Online, Azin Haghighi)

Oil Prices Are Slow to Reflect U.S.-Iran Tensions

Par Stanley Reed and Clifford Krauss
The muted initial reaction to last week’s killing of an Iranian general points to confidence that shipping lanes will be unaffected.

Employees of Saudi Aramco at the company’s Abqaiq oil processing plant. The United States and Saudi Arabia have said Iran was behind a September attack on the facility.

British-Flagged Tanker Leaves Iran, Two Months After It Was Seized

Par Michael Wolgelenter
The Stena Impero, which Iranian authorities impounded in July, was heading to Dubai, where crew members will undergo medical checks.

The British-flagged tanker Stena Impero off the coast of Iran in August.

Iran Says British Tanker Is Free to Go After 2 Months of Detention

Par Richard Pérez-Peña and Daniel Victor
Tehran had accused the tanker, the Stena Impero, of violating maritime rules, but the seizure was seen as retaliation for the holding of an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar.

Speedboats from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps circled the British-owned oil tanker Stena Impero in July.