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Bahrain to join US drone 'task force' for operations in Persian Gulf

Press TV 27 Sep 2021
Dubbed ‘Task Force 59’, it will be the first-of-its-kind US naval group, covering vast areas in the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman, the Red Sea and parts of the Indian Ocean ... Air defense systems ‘at the ready’ to protect Persian Gulf, Sea of Oman.
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New Navy Task Force Aims to Deter Iran with Unmanned Systems

The Washington Institute 17 Sep 2021
Part of a wider “netted fleet” experiment, the initiative aims to rapidly integrate advanced autonomous systems with maritime and littoral operations in the 5th Fleet’s area of responsibility, which encompasses the Persian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz, Gulf of Oman, Bab al-Mandab Strait, Red Sea, Suez Canal, and parts of the Indian Ocean ... response ... .
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Hezbollah to the Rescue of Fuel-Starved Lebanon

Kayhan 15 Sep 2021
By ... Of course, these would take considerable time, hence the urgent measure to defuse the fuel crisis in Lebanon is for both Iran and Iraq to get together to send oil tankers to Syria in order to save time and costs of the circuitous ship journey through the Gulf of Oman, the Red Sea, the Suez Canal, and the Mediterranean Sea ... ....
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Sky is the Limit to Iran-Iraq Ties

Kayhan 13 Sep 2021
... to Syria and Lebanon that would defeat the illegal US sanctions on the two brotherly countries, and also save the Islamic Republic of Iran the trouble of sending fuel-laden ships through the Gulf of Oman, the Red Sea, and the Suez Canal, to the Mediterranean ports of the Levant.
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Britain is 'a bi*ch asking for a beating' with its South China Sea warship challenge, ...

The Daily Mail 30 Jul 2021
China has warned Britain is 'a bi*ch... asking for a beating' if British warships challenge Beijing's claim to the South China Sea ... Vessels have already sailed through the Mediterranean to the Red Sea via the Suez canal, then from Oman to India where the British ships took part in joint military exercises with the Indian Navy ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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Beijing threatens to 'expel' British warships as Big Lizzie arrives in the disputed South China Sea

The Daily Mail 29 Jul 2021
But Chinese state media has warned that any vessels which stray too close to islands which it lays claim to will be 'expelled' ... Vessels have already sailed through the Mediterranean to the Red Sea via the Suez canal, then from Oman to India where the British ships took part in joint military exercises with the Indian Navy ... RELATED ARTICLES ... .
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A cruise around the world for $73,499 per guest sells out in under three hours

The National 17 Jul 2021
Aboard the Seven Seas Mariner ship, the trip will depart from Miami, Florida, before heading to Colombia, and then through the Panama Canal to Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala ... From there it will take in Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar and India, before crossing to Oman's capital Muscat.
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Oman's tourism arm appoints Barcelo Hotel Group to run all-inclusive resort

Arabian Business 03 Jul 2021
Oman Tourism Development Company (OMRAN), the executive arm of the sultanate for tourism development, has appointed Barceló Hotel Group to operate Al Mussanah Resort ... Oman hotel revenues drop 42.2% in first four months of 2020 ... Oman to ban arrivals from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh as part of latest Covid-19 measures.
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Spanish brand Barcelo to operate 234-room Oman resort

Gulf Daily News 01 Jul 2021
"Oman has always been a prospective source market with immense growth potential for us ... The association with Omran has provided us with the opportunity to be able to service the Oman tourism sector and expand its reach within international markets," stated Canals.
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Barceló Group to operate Oman’s Al Mussanah Resort

Gulf Daily News 01 Jul 2021
Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran Group), the executive arm of the Sultanate for tourism development, has recently appointed Barceló Hotel Group to operate Al Mussanah Resort from today (July 1) ... “Oman has always been a prospective source market with immense growth potential for us.
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No matter how far HMS Queen Elizabeth sails, it won’t make Britain great again

Open Democracy 26 Jun 2021
Naval posturing in the Indo-Pacific is the image of futility as the world’s most deadly security threats rage on. Paul Rogers. 26 June 2021, 12.00am ... ... All rights reserved. Share via ... In the next couple of weeks, the strike group will transit through the Suez Canal and into the Indian Ocean, calling at the new Duqm naval base in Oman, and then head East.
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HMS Queen Elizabeth sends combat jets into harm’s way

Asiatimes 23 Jun 2021
Credit. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Unaisi Luke/Released ... CSG21 will next be joined by French flagship aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle for a period of dual-carrier operations before the carrier transits the Suez canal and visit Oman, India, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Singapore to strengthen Britain’s security relationships. Sources ... ....
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UK set to flex military might as warships embark on six-month global mission

The National 26 Apr 2021
It’s important to remember not only where the carrier will end up - in Japan and east Asia - but it will also spend a lot of time in the Mediterranean supporting Nato, going through the Suez Canal, Oman, and all the issues in that region with the American withdrawal of ...
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US, Saudi Arabia, and more countries support Sisi’s remarks on the GERD

Egypt Independent 31 Mar 2021
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s statements on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) during a Tuesday visit to the Suez Canal drew widespread international agreement from countries such as the US, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Oman and Yemen among others. “Egypt’s water is a red line ... US ... Saudi Foreign Ministry ... Bahrain ... Sudan ... Sultanate of Oman ... .
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Lessons Learned From the Suez Canal Shutdown

The Maritime Executive 30 Mar 2021
These narrow channels – including man-made ones like the Suez Canal, but also natural ones like the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman or the Strait of Malacca between the Malay Peninsula and the Indonesian island of Sumatra – are part of the most important global sea routes.
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