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Saudi Arabia shows damage to Aramco oil facility

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Saudi Arabia shows damage to Aramco oil facility

Saudi Arabia shows damage to Aramco oil facility

Local and international media were flown to a Saudi Aramco oil facility on Friday to view damage to the site caused by an air strike.

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Saudi Arabia shows damage to Aramco oil facility

The United States has been discussing with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf allies possible responses to Saturday's (September 14) attack, which they blame on Iran, and which U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described as an act of war on the kingdom.

Iran denies the accusations and said any U.S. or Saudi military strike against it would bring "all-out war".

Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility immediately after the attack, but Saudi Arabia says it has evidence that proves Iran was behind the strike.




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