Iran has rejected Israeli accusations that it was involved in the attack, calling the allegations "baseless" and an attempt by Israel to "divert attention from facts".
Two crew members of an oil tanker managed by a prominent Israeli businessman's company have been killed in an attack off Oman, the vessel's London-based operator said.
Tehran says seizure of the Korean tanker in Gulf waters is not a retaliatory move against Seoul, which has refused to release Iranian funds held over US sanctions.
The blaze was finally brought under control, but a trail of diesel has been spilled across the sea.
India sent fresh supplies of firefighting chemicals to help battle a new blaze on a supertanker carrying 270,000 tonnes of crude oil, which has been ablaze for days off the coast of Sri Lanka.
Rescue efforts are continuing in Wenling, Zhejiang Province after an oil tank truck exploded and severely damaged surrounding homes and factories.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro thanked Iran for their solidarity as the first of five tankers loaded with gasoline reached Venezuelan waters.
US Navy warns it will take "lawful defensive measures" against vessels in Mideast that come within 100 metres of its warships.
With both countries heavily sanctioned by the US, neither seem to have anything to lose by angering the US further.
Coastal police with tugboats prevent maritime accident by taking control of drifting Greek-registered oil tanker that suffered engine failure on its way to Black Sea.
The five Greeks, two Filipinos and a Ukrainian were part of a 28-member crew aboard the Happy Lady in the port of Limbe, near the economic capital Douala, the ministry said in a statement
Energy stocks booked the largest gains in Europe after crude oil prices jumped at least $1 per barrel, on concern that Iran's seizure of a British tanker last week may lead to disruptions in the Middle East.
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