Take Down Drone That Killed Brit
Daily Star|August 03, 2021
Special forces in Iran mission
Chris Hughes

British commanders are drawing up plans for a strike mission against an Iran-backed terror team.

Iran’s drone assault on the MV Mercer Street, an Israelioperated tanker, left a British security man and a Romanian crew member dead, sparking fears of a Middle East escalation.

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