Hmmm, I wonder what this is all about?
A large explosion rocked the western Iranian city of Isfahan, semi-official FARS news reported Monday afternoon.
According to the report, the blast occurred shortly after 2:00 p.m. FARS did not reveal the cause of the explosion, which was large enough to be heard throughout Iran’s third largest city.
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Isfahan is home to nuclear experimental reactors, and also a uranium enrichment facility for producing nuclear fuel.
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Maybe it’s just a coincidence, but this is the second major explosion,in less than two weeks, at or near a facility involved with Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
/or maybe it’s not a coincidence at all, more faster please
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