Iran Admits Fire in Natanz Is a Setback to Centrifuge Program

Fire did considerable damage to above-ground lab
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Last week, an incident of “sabotage” was reported on the site of Iran’s Natanz uranium enrichment facility. The fire was claimed to have damaged a shed, and Iran said at the time that damage was minimal, there were no casualties, and no radiation leaks.
Over the weekend, experts began warning that damage was much worse than previously admitted. Fire appears to have wiped out an above-ground lab, leveling it, and Iranian officials concede it has set back their centrifuge program substantially.

Israeli Cyberattack Caused Fire at Iran Nuclear Site

Israeli planes reportedly attacked missile site in Parchin

As always with Iran and Israel, confirmation is all but impossible to come by. Israel isn’t saying anything officially, and Iran has said they will say what happened at a time of their choosing in the future.
Iran says that they have already determined what happened, however, and are threatening retaliation over the matter. This likely suggests they aren’t taking the Cheetahs as a likely culprit.

‘Nightmare for enemies’: Iran says it built underground ‘MISSILE CITIES’ along Persian Gulf coast

5 Jul, 2020
Tehran has built multiple “missile cities,” both ashore and offshore, along its southern coast, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) navy chief has revealed, calling the facilities a “nightmare” for the country’s enemies.
The network includes underground bunkers, as well as offshore floating platforms, Rear Admiral Ali Reza Tangsiri told Sobh-e Sadeq weekly, in an interview published on Sunday.
“Iran has established underground onshore and offshore missile cities all along the coasts of the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, which would be a nightmare for Iran’s enemies,” Tangsiri stated.

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