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Saudi Aramco attacks: What we know so far

Reuters Monday, 16 September 2019
Attacks on two sites at the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil industry shut down more than 5% of global supply, sent oil prices as much as 20% higher and prompted the United States to blame Iran despite Tehran's denials.
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News video: Saudi Arabia says Aramco refinery fires now 'under control' after drone attacks

Saudi Arabia says Aramco refinery fires now 'under control' after drone attacks 01:02

Drone attacks on two Saudi Aramco factories in Abqaiq and Khurais provinces on Saturday sparked fires that the state oil company brought under control, the Saudi interior ministry spokesman said, without identifying the source of the drones. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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