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From TheJournal.ie Iran ignores calls to release British oil tanker despite being warned of 'serious consequences' Persian Gulf

Iran ignores calls to release British oil tanker despite being warned of 'serious consequences'

The seizure has been labelled a “dangerous further aggravation of an already tense situation”.

From TheJournal.ie Airlines reroute flights near Iranian strait but Dublin-Gulf flights remain unaffected Strait Of Hormuz

Airlines reroute flights near Iranian strait but Dublin-Gulf flights remain unaffected

The changes come amid heightened tensions in the region.

From TheJournal.ie An Irishman missing in Bahrain has been found dead Persian Gulf

An Irishman missing in Bahrain has been found dead

Conor David Dunne had been working in the gulf nation.

From TheJournal.ie Iran reveals its latest enemy... Google Maps Map Wars

Iran reveals its latest enemy... Google Maps

The country said Google was ‘fabricating lies’ with its map of the Gulf.

From TheJournal.ie Watch: Dramatic crew rescue from burning boat Rescued This post contains videos

Watch: Dramatic crew rescue from burning boat

A documentary film crew have rescued nine crew members from their ship in the Persian Gulf, according to Iranian news reports.

From TheJournal.ie Iran may have bluffed US navy – and the world press Iran

Iran may have bluffed US navy – and the world press

Iran was apparently starting tests with long-range missiles… but propaganda sources are calling it a “media trick”…

From TheJournal.ie Funerals held for Bahrain protest victims as more demonstrations planned Bahrain This post contains images

Funerals held for Bahrain protest victims as more demonstrations planned

Four people died on Thursday as anti-government protests are set to continue and the country’s royals pressurise international media according to reports.