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Saudi Arabia says oil facilities outside Riyadh attacked

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Saudi Arabia says oil facilities outside Riyadh attacked

Saudi Arabia says oil facilities outside Riyadh attacked

Saudi Arabia said armed drones had struck two oil pumping stations in the kingdom on Tuesday in what it called a “cowardly” act of terrorism.

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