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000_1LJ1YD.jpg0 viewsA volunteer carries an injured youth to hospital, following a bomb blast in Haska Mina district of Nangarhar Province on October 18, 2019. - At least 28 worshippers were killed and dozens wounded by a blast inside an Afghan mosque during Friday prayers on October 18, officials said, a day after the United Nations said violence in the country had reached "unacceptable" levels. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1LJ1YA.jpg0 viewsVolunteers carry an injured man on a stretcher to a hospital, following a bomb blast in Haska Mina district of Nangarhar Province on October 18, 2019. - At least 28 worshippers were killed and dozens wounded by a blast inside an Afghan mosque during Friday prayers on October 18, officials said, a day after the United Nations said violence in the country had reached "unacceptable" levels. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1LJ1Y9.jpg0 viewsVolunteers carry an injured man on a stretcher to a hospital, following a bomb blast in Haska Mina district of Nangarhar Province on October 18, 2019. - At least 62 people were killed by a blast inside an Afghan mosque during Friday prayers on October 18, according to officials, a day after the United Nations said violence in the country had reached "unacceptable" levels. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1KV05Y.jpg1 viewsA resident tries to scavenge items from his damaged home at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KV05Q.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KV05N.jpg2 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KV05M.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KV05I.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KV05F.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9K8.jpg0 viewsSomali soldiers gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy (R) in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9K7.jpg1 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9JW.jpg0 viewsA Somali police officer patrols (L) as bystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9JP.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9JG.jpg1 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1KU9JF.jpg0 viewsBystanders gather at the site of a suicide car bomb explosion which targeted a European Union vehicle convoy in Mogadishu, Somalia, on September 30, 2019. - The Al-Shabaab militant group claimed responsibility for an attack on a US base in Somalia on September 30, 2019, as the European Union confirmed a separate strike against a convoy of Italian advisers. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3TK.jpg0 viewsMembers of Somali National Army unload the coffin of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman at the arrival of his body after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, on August 4, 2019 before his funeral ceremony in Mogadishu. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3TF.jpg0 viewsLate Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman's son, Mohamed Abdirahman Omar Osman attends his father's funeral on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, during his funeral ceremony. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3TD.jpg0 viewsMembers of Somali National Army carry the body of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman who died a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, during his funeral ceremony on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3TB.jpg0 viewsSomali government officials including Prime minister perform the Janaza prayers on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu during the funeral ceremony of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman who died a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3TA.jpg0 viewsPeople attend on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu the funeral ceremony of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman who died a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3T9.jpg0 viewsSomali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre uses a a shovel to dig a grave on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu during the funeral ceremony of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman who died a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3T4.jpg0 viewsMohamed Abdullahi Mohamed (C) prays during late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman's funeral on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, during his funeral ceremony. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3T2.jpg0 viewsMembers of Somali National Army unload the coffin of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman at the arrival of his body after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, on August 4, 2019 before his funeral ceremony in Mogadishu. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3T0.jpg0 viewsMembers of Somali National Army stand guard by the coffin of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman at the arrival of his body after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, on August 4, 2019 before his funeral ceremony in Mogadishu. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3SZ.jpg0 viewsLate Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman's son, Mohamed Abdirahman Omar Osman (R), next to Somali Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khayre (C) and his deputy Mahdi Ahmed Khadar (L), prays during his father's funeral on August 4, 2019 in Mogadishu after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, during his funeral ceremony. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1JB3SX.jpg0 viewsMembers of Somali National Army stand guard by the coffin of late Mogadishu's mayor Abdirahman Omar Osman at the arrival of his body after he died in a Qatari hospital a week after being seriously wounded in an Al-Shabaab suicide attack at his office that also claimed the lives of six others, on August 4, 2019 before his funeral ceremony in Mogadishu. - The attack was claimed by Al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda linked militants who have waged a years-long deadly insurgency against the Western-backed government in Mogadishu. The jihadists said they were targeting UN special envoy James Swan, who had been in the building just hours earlier. (Photo by Abdirazak Hussein FARAH / AFP)
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000_1IV1LJ.jpg0 viewsA robot "Brokk 120 D" manipulates a smoking bomb dummy with gripper arms during a press presentation on July 17, 2019 in the premises of the fire academy in Hamburg, northern Germany. - The new device is meant to make the work of the fire brigade's ordnance clearance service safer. (Photo by Georg Wendt / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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000_1IP2L2.jpg0 viewsA man passes in front of the rubbles of the popular Medina hotel of Kismayo on July 13, 2019, a day after at least 26 people, including several foreigners, were killed and 56 injured in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants. - A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the Medina hotel in the port town of Kismayo before several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside, shooting as they went, authorities said. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1IP2KX.jpg0 viewsA view taken on July 13, 2019 shows the rubbles of the popular Medina hotel of Kismayo, a day after at least 26 people, including several foreigners, were killed and 56 injured in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants. - A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the Medina hotel in the port town of Kismayo before several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside, shooting as they went, authorities said. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1IP2KW.jpg0 viewsA man passes in front of the rubbles of the popular Medina hotel of Kismayo on July 13, 2019, a day after at least 26 people, including several foreigners, were killed and 56 injured in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants. - A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the Medina hotel in the port town of Kismayo before several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside, shooting as they went, authorities said. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1IP2KT.jpg0 viewsA man passes in front of the rubbles of the popular Medina hotel of Kismayo on July 13, 2019, a day after at least 26 people, including several foreigners, were killed and 56 injured in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants. - A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the Medina hotel in the port town of Kismayo before several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside, shooting as they went, authorities said. (Photo by STRINGER / AFP)
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000_1IP2KQ.jpg0 viewsA man passes in front of the rubbles of the popular Medina hotel of Kismayo on July 13, 2019, a day after at least 26 people, including several foreigners, were killed and 56 injured in a suicide bomb and gun attack claimed by Al-Shabaab militants. - A suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the Medina hotel in the port town of Kismayo before several heavily armed gunmen forced their way inside, shooting as they went, authorities said. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN305.jpg4 viewsA picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) on June 19, 2019 shows a US Navy patrol boat that took journalists on board at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah to show them an oil tanker that were attacked last week in the Gulf of Oman. - The Japanese tanker, Kokuka Courageous, attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN301.jpg3 viewsIn a picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT), Commander Sean Kido, Commanding Officer of Task Group 56.1, speaks during a press briefing at a UAE Naval facility near the port of Fujairah on June 19, 2019 about the attack on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman last week. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN3TR.jpg3 viewsA picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1HN3TK.jpg3 viewsA picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows the Japanese oil tanker Kokuka Courageous off the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah on June 19, 2019. - The Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by Mumen KHATIB / AFP)
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000_1HN2ZW.jpg3 viewsA picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows what was presented as a magnet from a mine reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN2ZJ.jpg3 viewsA picture taken during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) on June 19, 2019 shows a US Navy patrol boat docked at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Navy told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN2ZI.jpg3 viewsA picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows an item reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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000_1HN2ZC.jpg3 viewsA picture taken on June 19, 2019 during a guided tour by the US Navy (NAVCENT) shows what was presented as a magnet from a mine reportedly found on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous linked to last week's attack on the oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, at a UAE Naval facility near the port of the Gulf emirate of Fujairah. - A Japanese tanker attacked in the Gulf of Oman last week was damaged by a limpet mine resembling Iranian mines, the US military in the Middle East said today. Commander Sean Kido of the US Naval Forces Central Command told reporters that the US military has recovered biometric information of the assailants on the Japanese ship including "hand and finger prints." Two oil tankers were damaged in twin attacks close to the Iranian coast on June 13, just outside the strategic Strait of Hormuz. (Photo by - / AFP)
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