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Saudi Arabia: Two oil tankers sabotaged

Following several reports of sabotage, the US has issued a warning to vessels near the United Arab Emirates.

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On Sunday, two Saudi Arabian oil tankers were exposed to sabotage near the coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), informs Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy Khalid al-Falih in a press statement Monday, according to news agency Reuters.

The two oil tankers have sustained "significant damage". There are no reports of casualties or oil spills, the minister informs.

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