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Iran frees South Korean ship held for environmental pollution
Iran released on Friday a South Korean ship and its captain detained three months ago for environmental pollution.
Iran vows to ‘definitely’ respond to attack on merchant ship in Red Sea
Iran will “definitely” respond to a recent attack on one of its merchant ships in the strategic Red Sea, said the senior spokesman of the country’s Armed Forces.
Iran to investigate cause of vessel blast in Red Sea
An Iranian freighter was hit by an explosion in the Red Sea, Tehran said Wednesday, a day after media reports said that the ship had been attacked with limpet mines.
Iran ship targeted in 'terrorist' attack
An Iranian company said one of its vessels was targeted this week in a "terrorist" attack using an explosive device in the Mediterranean Sea, national television reported on Saturday.
Video belies Israeli claim of Iran’s involvement in ship incident
A new video released by Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen news network belied recent Israeli allegations that Iran was behind an explosion that damaged an Israeli ship in the Sea of Oman last week, showing that there has been actually no attack on the ship from the outside.
Major OSRV launched in Persian Gulf to improve oil spill responses
An official with Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) has said a major home-made Oil Spill Response Vessel (OSRV) has been launched to boost environment protection efforts in the Persian Gulf waters.
Largest-ever Iranian military vessel set to join Navy soon
The Iranian Navy is set to receive the country’s largest-ever military vessel, an indigenously-manufactured helicopter carrier outfitted to take on momentous logistical responsibilities in support of the defense force’s maritime missions.
IRGC contractor unveils second long-range crude tanker
Iran’s IRGC elite military force has unveiled a second long-range crude tanker built by its engineering and construction headquarters, a sign the force keeps expanding its growth capacities in defiance of bans imposed by the United States.
Iran’s first container-carrier ship arrives in Russian port
Iran’s first container-carrier ship arrived in the Astrakhan port of Russia through the International North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC).
Ships loading, unloading essential goods at Chabahar port despite pandemic
A total of 11 ships have docked at Chabahar port to load and unload basic goods since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 20), said Behrouz Aqaei, the director general of Sistan and Baluchestan Province’s Ports and Maritime Department.
Lebanon seeks arrest of owner, captain of ship bringing ammonium nitrate to Beirut
Lebanon requested the arrest of the foreign owner and captain of the ship which brought material which blew up at Beirut port causing devastation.
Iran’s largest container port being prepared for megaships: Official
Very large container ships with capacities of up to 22,000 20-foot equivalent unit (TEU) containers would be able to dock at Iran’s Shahid Rajaee Port on the Persian Gulf coast by March, said Iran’s chief of Ports and Maritime Organization.
Ambassador: Iran not officially notified of ship seizure in Pakistan
Iran’s ambassador to Pakistan said Iran’s mission has not received any official report from the Pakistani authorities regarding the seizure of an Iranian ship at Pakistan’s Karachi port.
Iranian cargo ship carrying food docks at Venezuelan port
An Iranian-flagged cargo ship carrying foodstuff docked at a port in Venezuela, the sixth vessel Iran has sent to the sanctions-hit Latin American country over the past weeks.
Iran ship reaches Venezuelan waters with cargo of food
An Iranian ship was approaching the Venezuelan port of La Guaira on Sunday with a cargo of food that will supply the South American nation’s first Iranian supermarket, according to Refinitiv Eikon and Iran’s Embassy in Venezuela.

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