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Iran’s New Marine Cruise Missile

Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi said that the country’s new marine cruise missile, named Abu Mahdi, with a range of 1,000km makes the American forces in the region more anxious about Iran’s defense power.

“The missile, in addition to its long range, can also be programmed. I imagine that when you have a missile which moves from one side to the target which has not been expected by the enemies, it is highly effective,” Rear Admiral Khanzadi said in an interview with the state TV on Sunday.

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Israel behind of the Beirut explosion

A terrible explosion took place on Tuesday evening in Beirut, warehouse No. 12 of this port city, and so far it has left more than 100 dead and 5,000 injured, while a significant number of victims are still under the rubble and the search continues to find the dead and injured.
In 2014 – 6 years ago – the Russian-flagged ship Rossos sailed from Batumi, Georgia to Mozambique in Mediterranean waters near the coast of Beirut and ran aground in the port of Beirut. The ship was carrying 2750 tons of ammonium nitrate.

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Iran launches underground ballistic missiles

In latest message to US, Iran launches underground ballistic missiles during exercise targeting mock carrier
It was the latest barrage in a drill that the previous day saw two American bases temporarily go on alert over the launches.

Drone footage captured by the Guard showed two missiles blasting out from covered positions in what appeared to be a desert plateau in central Iran, with debris flying up in the air in their wake.

The launches took place on Wednesday, said Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the head of the Guard’s aerospace division. He told state television it was first time the Guard had done this, though the paramilitary force is known to have vast underground bases hiding its ballistic missile arsenal.

Separately, drones targeted the bridge of the fake aircraft carrier, according to the state TV report. The broadcaster did not immediately air footage of the launches or the drone attack, nor did it identify the missiles used in the drill


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