Saudi oil attacks: UN Security Council holds back on blaming Iran

New US ambassador makes clear that Washington believes the Houthis did not stage the attacks alone.

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    The attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil refineries have been discussed at a United Nations Security Council meeting, where the UN envoy for Yemen was giving a scheduled briefing.

    While the new US ambassador made it clear that Washington believes the Houthis did not stage the attacks alone, other members did not apportion blame.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from UN Headquarters in New York.


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