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Saudi Arabia Cuts Ties with Iran After Protests

Sunday, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said that Saudi Arabia will no longer be involved in a binding relationship with Iran after Iranian protestors stormed into the Saudi Embassy early this morning.  

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The relationship between the two countries has been on edge for the past few years, but it was not until yesterday, when Saudi Arabia executed Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr, that the two reached a tipping point. In response, protestors stormed the Saudi Embassy in Tehran, set the building ablaze, and destroyed much of the occupied building using molotov cocktails and large stones.  

A Saudi spokesperson has given Iranian officials 48 hours to leave the country.  

Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei has pledged 'divine revenge' on Saudi Arabia for their actions: 

These events date back decades because of the rivalry between Iran and Saudi Arabia's Sunni Muslim Saudi royal family.

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