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Saudi Arabia says it is not behind Iranian tanker struck in Red Sea

Reuters Sunday, 13 October 2019
A Saudi minister said on Sunday that Riyadh was not behind a suspected strike against an Iranian-owned oil tanker in the Red Sea, which Iranian state-run television said was hit on Friday by missiles but denied reports they came from Saudi Arabia.
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