The spokesperson for the Saudi Arabia-led Arab coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen on Monday said that weapons used to attack two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia over the weekend came from Iran, according to preliminary findings.

The claim falls in line with early intelligence analysis from the United States and contradicts the Houthi claims that they were responsible for Saturday's bombing by 10 unmanned aircraft of two refineries belonging to the Saudi state-owned oil company Aramco.