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Exclusive: Saudi Aramco pursues war cover after attacks - sources

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Saudi Aramco is looking to buy insurance against war and terror attacks after a damaging drone and missile attack on some of its oil facilities in September, two sources told Reuters.
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