Satellite image from NASA Worldview shows fires following the drone attack in Saudi Arabia.NASA Worldview via AP
- Two major Saudi oil refineries were attacked by a 10-drone strike claimed by Yemen’s Houthi rebel group.
- The smoke from the fires caused by the strikes can be seen in a satellite image from NASA Worldview.
- The two oil refineries are run by the world’s biggest oil producer, Saudi Aramco. The destruction could have a detrimental effect on the world’s energy supply.
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Yemen’s Houthi rebel group has claimed responsibility for drone strikes on two Saudi oil refineries that are run by world’s biggest oil producer, Saudi Aramco.
The Trump administration quickly laid blame for the strikes on Iran, which backs Houthi forces.
The fires, which have since been controlled, were so large that the smoke could be seen from space.
Keep reading for a look at the aftermath.