An official said that if the US government had diplomatic relations with Iran, this latest incident would have been enough to warrant an official diplomatic protest from the State Department.
The British Royal Navy's six Type 45 destroyers are among the most advanced on the planet, and they're currently being foiled by warm waters of the Gulf.
US forces were in contact with Iranian forces just three hours after contact was launched, and were told the sailors were "safe and healthy."
Short one carrier, the US Navy's remaining flattops are being forced to stay on station longer, increasing maintenance and repair needs.
Some special-edition Rolls-Royces created by the Bespoke division we like more than others. This unique, brown and orange take on the Ghost, however, leaves us scratching our heads.
Early this morning, an Iranian patrol vessel fired warning shots and eventually boarded a cargo vessel flagged to the Marshall Islands in the Strait of Hormuz.
Might want to buy some stock in whatever company you think makes the most fuel-efficient cars.
Late last week, the United Arab Emirates inaugurated the Eternity Technologies' industrial battery manufacturing plant in Al Jazeera Al Hamra. Owned by the UAE-based Al Dobowi Group, the facility is being hailed as the Persian Gulf region's largest industrial battery plant and was established with an initial investment of Dh200 million ($54.6 million U.S. at the current exchange rate). Eternity Technologies will use the site to design and develop motive batteries for industrial machines such as
Politics and racing don't go together. Whether it's former FIA president Max Mosley's fascist sympathies or the dispute over Cyprus being played out on the podium of the Turkish Grand Prix, there's just no place for it in motorsports. But with political unrest spreading across the Arab world, it looks like revolution has gotten in the way of racing once again.
It may be a tough sell to automotive executives to roll out a special edition to cater specifically to one market. Unless of course that one market has copious amounts of money to spend, and little in the way of demands in return for it beyond an added dose of exclusivity.