Air raid sirens tested across Saudi capital as country prepares for conflict escalation with Iran 

Air raid sirens tested across Saudi capital as country prepares for conflict escalation with Iran 

Mr Pomepo said the attack on the world’s largest oil processing plant and knocked out half of Saudi’s production, was “of a scale we’ve just not seen before”.
“The Iranian regime’s threatening behavior will not be tolerated,” he added.
Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister, said any US or Saudi military strike against Iran would result in “all-out war”.
“‘Act of war’ or agitation for war?” he said in a tweet. “For their own sake, they should pray that they won’t get what they seek.”
In an interview later with CNN, he said: “I am making a very serious statement that we don’t want war; we don’t want to engage in a military confrontation… But we won’t blink to defend our territory.”
Riyadh, which said it is still investigating the assault, on Wednesday displayed the remnants of 25 Iranian drones and missiles it said were used in the strike as undeniable evidence of Iranian aggression.

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