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Saudi kingdom stands firm after oil attack

By DW
17 September 2019   |   2:37 pm
Saudi Arabia's monarch has reassured his cabinet that the kingdom can deal with the effects of last week's attack. Oil prices have soared since the strikes on key Saudi oil facilities.

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