US shares info with Saudi Arabia, which accuses Iran for the oil-field attack: report

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Trump was careful not to pin responsibility for the attack on the Saudi oil equipment to Iran; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.

Iran was the scene for the weekend attack on the massive Saudi Arabia oil-field, after U.S. intelligence shared with the UK, a report says.

The Wall Street Journal reported, citing unnamed sources, that the intelligence report was not released to the public, indicated that Iran is attacked, the massive oil-field drone with at least a dozen missiles and 20.

The State Department did not immediately respond to a after-hours E-Mail by Fox News on Tuesday morning. The Journal report said that a Saudi official indicated that the U.S. intelligence community was final. The official told the paper that the US has enough evidence to prove without a doubt that Tehran was involved in the hand.

President Trump has said that the United States is “locked and loaded” and can to the danger, but also said he wants to avoid the war. Iran has any involvement rode in the attack.

Yemen, Iran-supported Houthi rebels responsible for the attack on Saturday, sparking a huge fire, and hold over half of the deliveries from the world’s largest exporter of oil. The attack was seen by some analysts as a Pearl Harbor-like event.


The fire led to the suspension of an estimated 5.7 million barrels in crude oil supplies, as Saudi officials said a part would be offset, with piles.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report

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