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Iran says tanker oil sold at sea, buyer sets destination

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Iran's envoy to London said on Wednesday the oil cargo of tanker Adrian Darya 1 was sold at sea to a private company, denying Tehran had broken assurances it had given over the vessel, but he insisted EU's Syria sanctions did not apply to Tehran.
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