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Iranian missiles and drones were used to attack oil sites, say Saudis

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Iranian missiles and drones were used to attack oil sites, say Saudis

Iranian missiles and drones were used to attack oil sites, say Saudis

Saudi Arabia has claimed Iranian cruise missiles and drones were used to attack the kingdom's oil industry, showing journalists the remains of the weapons but stopping short of directly accusing Tehran of launching the assault.

Iran denies being involved in the assault and has threatened the US it will retaliate "immediately" if Tehran is targeted over the attack.


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