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European powers back U.S. in blaming Iran for Saudi oil attack

Japan Today Monday, 23 September 2019
Britain, Germany and France backed the United States and blamed Iran on Monday for an attack on Saudi oil facilities, urging Tehran to agree to new talks with…
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