Two major Saudi oil facilities hit by explosions and set ablaze early Saturday morning in what Iranian backed Houthi rebels are calling an attack launched by 10 drones.
REUTERS - THE - WALL - STREET - JOURNAL
REUTERS AND THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ARE REPORTING WITH SOURCES SAYING THAT SAUDI ARABIA'S OIL OUTPUT HAS BEEN REDUCED BY HALF.
The Houthis have been launching attacks on Saudi Arabia, which has been leading a military coalition fighting on the side of Yemen's government against the Houthis with support from the United States and United Kingdom.
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This morning's Houthi attacks hit facilities of Aramco in northeastern Saudi Arabia, a key oil producing region.
Government - Media - Fires - Explosions
Saudi government media say the fires caused by the explosions are being controlled.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blaming Iran for the attack.
Foreign - Minister - Javad - Zarif - Israel
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After leaving his job as National Security Adviser, John Bolton is back in action as head of two political action committees and endorsing five Republicans for re-election in 2020.
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Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Cory Gardner of Colorado on that list. Congressmen Lee Zeldin of New York and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois also being backed by Bolton.
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