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Major Saudi Arabian oil facilities were attacked in a series of drone strikes on September 14, endangering the supply chain of the world’s largest oil producer and further escalating tensions in a region already on edge.
Ten drones hit oil facilities of the state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco on September 14—including a massive facility in Abqaiq—in a series of attacks which Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility for. Houthi rebels have been fighting Yemen’s government—supported by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf allies—since 2015.
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