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Yemen rebels claim attacks on Saudi oil facilities

Energy Daily Thursday, 30 January 2020
Yemen rebels claim attacks on Saudi oil facilitiesSanaa (AFP) Jan 29, 2020

Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels said Wednesday they had launched missile and drone attacks on Saudi targets, including oil facilities belonging to the energy giant Aramco. Huthi forces attacked "Aramco (facilities) in Jizan, Abha and Jizan airports, Khamis Mushait base and vital targets deep inside Saudi Arabia with a large number of missiles and drones," spokesman Yahya al-Saree told a pre
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