Listen: U.S. Blames Iran After Twin Oil Tanker Attacks; Navy Sends Help
"Navy sends two ships and personnel to assist after two attacks on oil tankers near the strait for moves the US blaming Iran for the attacks, the tankers owned by Japan and Norway secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, speaking out from the State Department as a whole these unprovoked attacks present a clear threat, international peace and security of lightness on the freedom of navigation and unacceptable, campaign of escalate. Fighting tension by Ron USA radio's John Clemens reports the attacks occurred in the Gulf of Oman, leading into the tiny passage of the strait of Hormuz often called the world's most critical, chokepoint Edrich, Don of gas, buddy dot com tells us our gasoline, prices will increase if the attacks continue. If the straight of Hormuz becomes more disrupted, it's obviously, he waterway, connecting oil to the rest of the globe. And I'm sure it's in the interest of the United States to keep these attacks to a minimum, if not completely disrupt them, this is USA radio news."