"Iran reverses and dismisses the speculation about a potential war with the united states."
"at the same time, calls on Bahraini citizens to leave the country and Iraq evacuates foreign engineers."
"the Bahraini ministry of foreign affairs advises its citizens to immediately leave Iran and Iraq due to the unstable situation in the region. The warning follows last week's escalation of tensions between Iran and the united states."
"U.s. warships deployed in the Persian gulf and authorities have been called home from Baghdad after several ships in the Persian gulf have been subjected to sabotage, as the united states suggests that Iran may be behind."
"because of the military activities, urges the united states to their airlines to exercise caution during their commercial flights over the area."
"Iran, as before said, be prepared for a violent end, dismisses the risk that a war will break out between countries and say that they have never been interested in any conflict."
"– It will not be war because we don't want a war, and no one has either the idea or the illusion that one can confront Iran in the region, says Iran's foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarife according to the state news agency IRNA."
"the Unrest has also affected the neighboring country of Iraq. Oil company Exxon Mobil now choosing to evacuate its around 60 foreign employees working in iraqi oil fields. Instead they must perform their duties from their office in Dubai."
"– Exxon Mobil's evacuation is a temporary precaution. We have no indications of any danger. The situation is secure, and very stable at the oilfield, which is running at full capacity, says the head of the state-owned oil company South oil company, Ihsan Abdul Jabbar, according to Reuters."
"may 12: the Information on the explosions in the port city of Fujairah denied by the United arab Emirates. Instead, the four ships of the victims of sabotage, according to the emirate's department of state."
"Sabotaget condemned by saudi Arabia and Iran, which requires an investigation on what happened."
"may 13: More details about the ships is revealed. Two belong to saudi Arabia, one is owned by a Norwegian firm and another is emiratiskt."
"the united states suggests that Iran may be behind the sabotaget, according to a first analysis, the newspaper the Wall Street Journal are part of."
"Iran is accusing in turn the state of Israel for the damage to the ships, without specifying what role the country would have played in the sabotaget."