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US believes attack on Saudi Arabia came from SW Iran

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US believes attack on Saudi Arabia came from SW Iran

US believes attack on Saudi Arabia came from SW Iran

The United States believes Saturday&apos;s attack on Saudi Arabia&apos;s oil facilities originated in southwestern Iran, a U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday.

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