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Scope, precision of Saudi oil attacks show Iran to blame: U.S. officials

Reuters Sunday, 15 September 2019
The scope and precision of drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities show they were launched from a west-northwest direction rather than from Yemen to the south, where Houthi rebels claimed responsibility, senior U.S. administration officials said on Sunday.
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News video: Iran rejects U.S. claims that it is behind Saudi oil attack

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Iran has dismissed accusations from the United States that it was behind the recent attacks on Saudi energy facilities.

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