Saudi Arabia has finally admitted that a missile launched by Yemen’s Houthis struck its oil facility located on the Red Sea coast, near the city of Jeddah. According to reports, the missile strike on Saudi Aramco oil facility caused an explosion and a fire in a fuel tank. The strike occurred on November 23, just after the kingdom hosted a virtual summit of G20 nations, and more than a year after a large–scale missile and drone strike of major Aramco sites that caused turmoil on global oil markets.
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