A new “mysterious” explosion rocks the center of Iran

A new “mysterious” explosion rocks the center of Iran
A new “mysterious” explosion rocks the center of Iran
Mysterious fires and explosions continue in Iran that began 3 months ago, and the last of which was an explosion that rocked central Iran, today.

According to the Mehr News Agency, an explosion occurred in an industrial city in the center of the country, announcing one death, while the causes and details of the accident are still vague.

Iran has witnessed a series of explosions and mysterious accidents affecting nuclear and military facilities, including at least 25 explosions and fires within three months.

The bombings also included the explosion of the “Khajir” missile base, east of Tehran, near the Parchin military site, on June 26.

A fire occurred at the underground nuclear facility Natanz in July, causing significant damage, but Iranian officials said operations were unaffected.

In addition, another explosion took place on July 10 in the Ghamdara area, west of Tehran, targeting an air base belonging to the Revolutionary Guards. Satellite images of Planet Labs showed fires in an area of ​​22 thousand square meters.

Last August, the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization admitted for the first time that the explosion of a warehouse inside the Natanz nuclear facility in the central province of Isfahan was an act of sabotage.

In short, the year 2020 recorded a series of fires and explosions witnessed by several Iranian sites, most of them classified as sabotage.

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