(Joyce Lee, Elyse Samuels/The Washington Post)
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Why the Persian Gulf is a flashpoint for U.S.-Iran tensions
There have been two suspected attacks on five ships in the Persian Gulf in the last month. These incidents mark a serious escalation in one of the world's most important waterways for oil.
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