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A Gulf tanker which was damaged in an attack blamed on  is set to dock there just eight weeks later. <br>The Norwegian tanker Andrea Victory has recovered its cargo of vegetable oil and is heading for the port of Bandar Imam Khomeini on the Iranian coast, according to tracking data. <br>The vessel was left with a hole in its hull after the mystery sabotage attack off the UAE coast on May 12. <br>Washington blamed Iran for the attacks, which also targeted two Saudi tankers, but Tehran denied involvement in a furious exchange of rhetoric which sent Middle East tensions spiralling.<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  The Norwegian tanker Andrea Victory was left with a hole in its hull (pictured) after the mystery sabotage attack off the UAE coast on May 12, blamed on Iran <br>According to tracker Refinitiv Energy, the Victory had to stop at a dry dock to unload its vegetable oil cargo while the ship was repaired. It is believed to have picked up the cargo in Argentina.  <br>The cargo was apparently transferred to another tanker, the AQUADISIAC, for storage in the meantime. <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share    The two vessels then carried out a ship-to-ship transfer in Fujairah on the UAE coast to return the cargo to the Victory. <br>Now, according to the trackers, it is waiting to dock at  Imam Khomeini despite the alleged Iranian attack on the ship just 58 days ago.  <br>It is unclear who owns the cargo. <br>      (image:  )    A diagram showing recent military movements and attacks in the tense Middle East region<br>      A UAE investigation found that the May 12 attacks were linked to a 'state actor' but did not name Iran. <br>The attacks were carried out with limpet mines and were 'part of a sophisticated and coordinated operation', the report found. <br>The tanker attacks inflamed an already tense Middle East stand-off and prompted the U.S.  to bolster its military presence in the region. <br>Matters worsened just four weeks later when another two ships were hit by explosions in the Gulf of Oman. <br>Forty-four sailors were forced to abandon their ships amid a huge fireball on the MT Front Altair and another blast on the Kokuka Courageous. <br>It came as Iran was holding high-stakes talks with Japan's PM Shinzo Abe in a bid to defuse the crisis.<br>              (image:  )    Tensions deepened four weeks after the Victory was attacked when another two ships were hit by explosions in the Gulf of Oman (pictured)  <br>      America again blamed Iran, releasing a video which purported to show Iranian revolutionary guard forces removing an unexploded limpet mine from one of the ships. <br>Iran once again denied any involvement, rejecting what it called the Pentagon's 'baseless' claims. <br>Britain, which backed the American claim, was also dragged into the crisis last week when it intercepted an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar. <br>Authorities intercepted the supertanker Grace 1, saying they believed it to be violating European Union sanctions by carrying a shipment of Iranian crude oil to Syria. <br>A detachment of Royal Marines from 42 Commando boarded the vessel in a joint operation with the Royal Gibraltar Police.<br>But Iran has said that the oil tanker intercepted in Gibraltar on Thursday was not headed for Syria.  <br>
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