U.S. releases video of strike on Saudi oil facilities

U.S. releases video of strike on Saudi oil facilities

American TV channel CBS News published exclusive footage of a massive strike on oil refineries firm Saudi Aramco.

The slicing of CCTV footage shows the projectiles falling into oil tanks, after which flames erupt in the factory. The footage has not previously been released.

They supplemented the interview with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud of Saudi Arabia. In it, the prince explained the targets of the attack as “stupid” by the Iranian authorities.

On the night of September 14, a fire broke out at Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national oil company. The fire was preceded by an explosion caused by an attack by drones.

Yemeni Houthi rebels from the Ansar Allah movement claimed responsibility for the attack. In August, they also struck the Saudi capital, Riyadh, using Samad-3 drones. Both the Saudis and the United States have said they have evidence that Iran was behind the attacks.

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