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The US had said that Tehran was behind drone attacks on two Saudi oil sites, not Yemeni rebels.
The BBC's Katie Prescott assesses whether drone strikes on Saudi oil facilities could affect consumers.
Conflicting narratives around controversial deaths have raised tensions further in the region.
Members vote in favour of the policy, which would see the party revoke Article 50 if they took power.
Josh Thompson took a clown to a work meeting as a "support person" when he was about to lose his job.
Corgi cafes are all the rage, with these dog-themed businesses popping up across Asia.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is facing fresh allegations of sexual misconduct.
The strike would be the first at America's biggest carmaker since 2007.
Jojo Rabbit tells the story of a young boy in 1940s Germany whose mother is hiding a Jewish girl.
The US state's attorney-general says couples no longer have to declare their race to get married.
Violence breaks out after thousands defy a police ban to march as unrest continues unabated.
The boat was carrying at least 110 passengers, 76 of whom were rescued.

BBC Business

The strike would be the first at America's biggest carmaker since 2007.
The BBC's Katie Prescott assesses whether drone strikes on Saudi oil facilities could affect consumers.
SmileDirectClub sells braces aimed at improving the appearance of teeth directly to consumers.
The troubled travel firm is understood to be in last minute negotiations with bondholders.
As the market awaits a WeWork listing, what has happened to the other firms which have debuted?
Companies are doing more to support working dads but may overlook postnatal mental illness in men.
The office space firm changes its structure after investor fears put its stock market debut in doubt.
How picking your own pay has become the latest employment perk.
Sterling rises as traders believe the risk of a no-deal Brexit is receding.
Albemarle & Bond and Herbert Brown stores have closed their doors, but a helpline is unanswered.
It is part of a 500m investment by Chivas Brothers, which is also extending its Dumbarton bottling plant.
The European Central Bank cuts a key interest rate and re-starts quantitative easing.

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