GPS
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British-Iranian standoff

GPS
In this image made available by the Ministry of Defense in London a GPS device shows the location of the incident involving 15 Royal Navy personnel, as seen from a Royal Navy helicopter over the merchant vessel in the Shatt al-Arab waterway. Vice Admiral Charles Style says that the naval boats were 1.7 nautical miles inside Iraqi waters when Iran seized their 15 crew members. (MOD / AP)
Briefing
Vice Admiral Charles Style speaks during a press briefing held at the Ministry of Defense in London. (Stefan Rousseau EPA/Pool)
Map
Ministry of Defense handout picture shows a map indicating the Iraq-Iran territorial water boundary with the position of HMS Cornwall. (MOD / EPA)
Sailor
British sailor Faye Turney is pictured in a file photo. Iran has said it will soon free Turney. (Tim Ockenden / AP)
Captive
This screen shot taken Wednesday shows British soldier Faye Turney during an interview with Al-Alam network in Tehran. Iranian television screened footage of the 15 British naval personnel from the HMS Cornwall that were captured Friday in the northern Gulf. (Al-Alam TV / EPA)
Captives
In this screen grab, British servicewoman Faye Turney is shown with the sailors she was seized with. Tehran said it would soon release Turney, the only woman among the captives. (Al-Alam TV AFP/Getty Images)
Captives
Turney, 26, right, and an unidentified sailor, center, and an unidentified marine, eat a meal in this televised image. (Al-Alam TV / AP)
Letter
A letter allegedly written by Turney to her parents saying she had “apparently” entered Iranian territorial waters is seen in this televised image. (Al-Alam TV / AP)
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