DUBAI, Arab-emirates/' title='United Arab Emirates News'>United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Arabia's energy minister said Tuesday that 50% of its daily crude oil production that was knocked out by a weekend attack had been restored and that full production is expected by the end of the month. "Where would you find a company in this whole world that went through such a devastating attack and came out like a Phoenix?Read more on (Date:09/17/2019 20:53) Read full article >>

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