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UAE: Tanker attacks work of state actor

SBS Thursday, 6 June 2019
The United Arab Emirates says attacks on tankers off its coast last month were likely the work of a state actor in a "sophisticated and coordinated operation".
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Initial findings suggest attacks were part of 'sophisticated operation', UAE says, but does not blame any country.

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