Explosions Seriously Damage Iran Nuke Site As Mysterious Explosions Plague Tehran In Recent Weeks

A July 2 explosion and fire has struck a centrifuge production plant above Iran’s underground Natanz nuclear enrichment facility. Iran’s Atomic Energy Agency downplayed the fire, calling it an “incident.” Iran’s official news agency, IRNA, implied the cause was the work of Iran’s enemies. Reported by Fox News. Read more… Although Iran initially said the damage was minor, it later admitted the explosion had set its enrichment program back by several months. Reported by The New York Times. Read more… Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more… Reports say Israel may have been behind the attack, and that damage is far more severe than initially thought. Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more… An explosion at a Tehran medical clinic was caused by a gas leak, say Iranian officials. At least nineteen people were killed. At least two explosions occurred, however, as shown by posts to social media. Officials claim the second explosion could be due to oxygen tanks stored in the building. Reported by Fox News. Read more… Yet another explosion rocked Tehran on Friday, July 10. Although Iranian officials have denied the report the mayor of a nearby town confirmed an explosion occurred, saying it came from a factory that filled gas cylinders. Reported by The Times of Israel.Read more…