Shared May 13, 2019
Iran is describing reports of attacks on Saudi Arabian and UAE ships as "alarming" and has called for an investigation.
Riyadh says two of its oil tankers suffered significant damage in an attack on cargo ships off the UAE's eastern coast.
The Emirati government says four commercial ships sustained were "subject to sabotage" close to the port of Fujairah early on Sunday.
So far, there's been no independent confirmation of the incidents.
Marwan Kabalan is the Head of Policy Analysis at the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies in Doha. He joins us to discuss this.
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