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BREAKING: Massive Explosion in Qazvin, Iran – May Have Nuclear Origins. Is this another Chernoble?

Posted on | May 7, 2014 | 4 Comments

BREAKING: Massive Explosion in Qazvin, Iran – May Have Nuclear Origins …Update: Roads Blocked Off for 2km


4 Responses to “BREAKING: Massive Explosion in Qazvin, Iran – May Have Nuclear Origins. Is this another Chernoble?”

  1. Uncle Charles
    May 7th, 2014 @ 1:08 pm

    Let’s hope this is the end of their nuclear ability to create a “nuke-bomb!”

  2. Denise
    May 7th, 2014 @ 3:47 pm

    It’s odd that this story hasn’t been updated since yesterday?

  3. Sandy Beach
    May 7th, 2014 @ 6:09 pm

    Large fire sweeps through warehouse in Iran
    A large warehouse fire erupted Tuesday near an oil storage depot in the northern city of Qazvin, Iran’s semi-official FARS news agency reported.
    The Mehr news agency said there were no immediate reports of casualties, but that the blaze was threatening to ignite an 18,000-liter oil storage tank.
    It quoted a warehouse worker as saying the blaze was due to welding.

    Fire Breaks out in Industrial Iranian City
    A large fire broke out Tuesday in an oil and wood storage facility in an industrial city in northern Iran, but only one person was injured, officials said.
    The mayor of Qazvin, Masoud Nosrati, denied earlier reports that there was an explosion at the site. He also said firefighters had contained the blaze.

  4. courage
    May 8th, 2014 @ 9:14 am

    May 08th 2014
    50 reported dead in massive Aleppo blast

    Explosion levels hotel where government troops were headquartered; Islamic Front claims responsibilty

    Syrian rebels blew up a luxury hotel turned army base in the historic heart of Aleppo on Thursday after tunneling under the front line that divides the northern city.

    The Islamic Front, a Syrian opposition group, claimed responsibility for the attack and stated that 50 soldiers were killed in the blast.

    State television gave no word on any casualties from the attack that leveled the famed Carlton Citadel Hotel just across the road from the city’s UNESCO-listed Citadel.

    But the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed there were dead and wounded among government troops occupying the building.

    “The explosion that was heard in Aleppo’s Old City was caused by explosives planted by Islamist battalions in a tunnel beneath the Carlton hotel, which was occupied by regime troops,” the Britain-based monitoring group said.

    State television said the hotel, which opened not long before the uprising erupted in March 2011 in a renovated 19th century hospital building, was completely flattened.

    “Terrorists targeted the historic Carlton hotel in the Old City with a big explosion, destroying it completely and destroying several historic buildings nearby,” the broadcaster said.

    It was not the first time that rebel sappers had tried to blow up the hotel, whose location and ultra-modern facilities made it one of the city’s most sought after before the war.

    They carried out a similar attempt in February but the building escaped major damage.

    A rebel offensive in July 2012 in which they seized large swathes of Aleppo left the historic Citadel and nearby hotels which had once thronged with foreign tourists on the front line of the deadly conflict.


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