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Saudi Arabia slashing oil output after drone strikes: Report

September 16, 2019


THE FINGER SQUARELY AT IRAN. REPORTER: THIS WAS THE MOST OF SOPHISTICATED ATTACK YET BY YEMEN’S HOUTHI REBELS. THE USE OF DRONES IS OF NOTE. BECAUSE THEY ARE BACKED BY IRAN IT’S SEEN AS A PROXY WAR BETWEEN THE SAUDIS AND IRAN. 10 DRONE STRIKES OVERNIGHT SET OFF FIRES AT THE WORLD’S LARGEST OIL PROCESSING PLANTS. SAUDI ARABIA. THE ATTACKS SHUT DOWN HALF THE OPERATION AMOUNTING TO A LOSS OF 5% OF THE WORLD’S CRUDE. A HOUTHI REBEL SPOKESMAN SAYS IT WILL CONTINUE THE AR THE ATTACKS. MARTIN GIVE YIT SAID HE’S EXTREMELY CONCERNED ABOUT THE ESCALATION. THE SPECIAL ENVOY CALLED ON ALL PARTIES TO EXERCISE RESTRAIRNLT TO PREVENT FUTURE INCIDENTS THAT POSES A THREAD TO REGIONAL SECURITY AND JEOPARDIZE THE U.N.-LED POLITICAL PROCESS. THE “WALL STREET JOURNAL” REPORTED SAUDI OFFICIALS WANTS TO RESTORE THEIR OIL PRODUCTION TO NORMAL LEVELS BY MONDAY. BUT IF THAT DOES NOT HAPPEN, WE COULD SEE OIL PRICES GO UP. RETIRED AIR FORCE GENERAL BE SAYS THE USE OF A DROINS CONCERNING.>>THE PROBLEM WITH DRONES IS THEY CAN COME FROM NEARLY ANYWHERE. IT REQUIRES TO HAVE A MORE FULL TOMORROW SECURITY CAPABILITY IN TERMS OF FINDING OUT WHAT’S GOING ON AND CUTTING OFF ACCESS TO FUNDS AND TECHNOLOGY. REPORTER: THE INTERNATIONAL

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