Transcript for New images show aftermath of Saudi attack
us, thank you for that. The latest on rising tensions with Iran this morning. We're getting new images of the aftermath from the attack on the Saudi oil facilities as the white house considers a peaceful resolution but also keeps military options on the table. Martha Raddatz is tracking the latest from Washington and, Martha, new clues this morning. Reporter: Exactly, Tom. Saudi Arabia this morning giving journalists the first close-up look of that destruction from the cruise missile and drone attack less than a week ago flying a group of reporters and photographers including from ABC to the badly damaged aramco oil field, the most striking damage seen was to a stabilization tower with twisted metal evident and on the ground huge pipes mangled and pierced by the exploding drones and missiles. This comes as the full national security council meets today to discuss the response to the attacks. Officials say everything is on the table from nonmilitary options to a robust retaliatory strike which would require additional U.S. Forces in the region and some officials fear could risk major escalation. A senior administration official telling ABC that the Pentagon will push for a more measured response. Cecilia. So much on the line, okay, Martha, thank you.
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