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Yemen's Houthis propose to Saudi Arabia that both sides halt missile strikes

Reuters Friday, 20 September 2019
Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthis will stop aiming missile and drone attacks at Saudi Arabia if a coalition targeting Yemen does the same, a Houthi official said on Friday, nearly a week after the Houthis claimed a strike on Saudi oil facilities.
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News video: Saudi Arabia unveils attack site damage

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Saudi Arabia on Friday took media to inspect oil facilities hit by the attacks that Washington and Riyadh blame on Iran. The tour showed melted pipes and burnt equipment, as Tehran vowed wide retaliation if tensions raised by the strikes boil over into hostilities. Lauren Anthony reports.

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