Washington (AP) - After drone strikes on the largest oil refinery in Saudi Arabia, US President Donald Trump has threatened to retaliate. At the same time Trump denied on Twitter his statement that he was ready without preconditions for a meeting with Iran's leadership. On Saturday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for the attacks in Saudi Arabia, even though the Houthi rebels in neighboring Yemen had expressly pledged to do so. Tehran denied any involvement.
Conflicts: Trump threatens to retaliate for attacking Saudi Arabia
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