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Iranian investigator believes Israel attacked Iranian container ship

Last week, an Iranian container ship was attacked and damaged while passing through the Mediterranean Sea. According to an Iranian investigator, it is likely that Israel was behind the attack, writes Reuters on the basis of Iranian media.

Stock photo, Shahr e Kord. | Photo: YORUK ISIK/REUTERS / X06504

Last week, an Iranian container ship was attacked while sailing the Mediterranean. An Iranian investigator now points to Israel as the country behind the attack, write Reuters and Bloomberg on the basis of Iranian media.

The ship, Shahr e Kord, sails under Iranian flag for shipping company IRISL, and has a total capacity of 1,730 teu.

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