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True to Trump's charge, Saudi Arabia shows 'material evidence' of Iranian involvement in oil attacks

The Saudis have displayed what they say are cruise missiles and drones proving Iran's responsibility for the recent attack on oil facilities.


The Abqaiq facility and the Khurais oil field were attacked in the early hours of Saturday, causing a reduction of more than half in Saudi Arabia's daily oil exports - more than 5% of the world's daily production.
Initially Houthi rebels - backed by Iran - were blamed for the attack. But in recent days, the finger has been pointed directly at Iran.
Saudi Colonel Turki bin Saleh al Malki displayed the wreckage of drones and cruise missiles he said had been used in the attack.
Colonel al Malki described the drones as "delta wing" models and the cruise missile was described as a "Ya Ali" type, with a small jet engine attached to it.
Sky's defence correspondent Alistair Bunkall said Iran had spent considerable money and resources developing its drone fleet. It now has a range of around 30 different types of unmanned aircraft - some armed, others just for surveillance.
"The drone displayed by Saudi Arabia in Riyadh matches one displayed at a defence show in Iran in 2014," he said.
"Investigators have been examining a circuit board found in one of the crashed drones. That will help establish things like trajectory and origin.
"Given that Yemen has been ruled out as a possible launch site, that would suggest short or possibly medium-range cruise missiles were used from either Iraq or Iran."


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