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Tự giới thiệu: 온라인카지노 Huge blast hits guards base in tehran' killing 7, injured 100 MORE, 25, a police officer, and 30 others, according to the Iranian government. It targeted a security force checkpoint and a checkpoint controlled by the Revolutionary Guards, the interior ministry told The Associated Press. A man with a rocket-propelled grenade fired his weapon near the checkpoint, it said. It said at least 7 people died and 100 were injured in the explosion. "The security forces have regained control of the airport and all airports in the country are under lockdown," the ministry said in a statement. It said no planes, as well as civilian vehicles, had been affected. The explosion at the U.S. air base occurred less than a mile from the Iranian capital. Tehran is used for flights to and from American military installations in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. President Donald Trump's national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, has spoken to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis over the weekend to discuss what he described as the threat posed by Iran's nuclear activities. Mattis said late on Sunday the United States has "no intention of letting up" on its rhetoric against Iran, but that he has also not changed his assessment that Tehran is "trying to destabilize the region." U.S. officials said Mattis and McMaster will meet with Iranian officials Tuesday. Mattis will then travel to Turkey on Wednesday to discuss the situation in the Middle East. "I can't just say we are not going to come into combat with Iran when it comes to its nuclear program and we are going to let them figure it out," McMaster told reporters earlier Sunday when asked if he believed the nuclear threat posed by the regime in Tehran is what is driving Iranians to conduct activities like this. 카지노사이트

Các kỹ năng khác: 온라인카지노 Huge blast hits guards base in tehran' killing 7, injured 100 MORE, 25, a police officer, and 30 others, according to the Iranian government. It targeted a security force checkpoint and a checkpoint controlled by the Revolutionary Guards, the interior ministry told The Associated Press. A man with a rocket-propelled grenade fired his weapon near the checkpoint, it said. It said at least 7 people died and 100 were injured in the explosion. "The security forces have regained control of the airport and all airports in the country are under lockdown," the ministry said in a statement. It said no planes, as well as civilian vehicles, had been affected. The explosion at the U.S. air base occurred less than a mile from the Iranian capital. Tehran is used for flights to and from American military installations in Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East. President Donald Trump's national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, has spoken to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis over the weekend to discuss what he described as the threat posed by Iran's nuclear activities. Mattis said late on Sunday the United States has "no intention of letting up" on its rhetoric against Iran, but that he has also not changed his assessment that Tehran is "trying to destabilize the region." U.S. officials said Mattis and McMaster will meet with Iranian officials Tuesday. Mattis will then travel to Turkey on Wednesday to discuss the situation in the Middle East. "I can't just say we are not going to come into combat with Iran when it comes to its nuclear program and we are going to let them figure it out," McMaster told reporters earlier Sunday when asked if he believed the nuclear threat posed by the regime in Tehran is what is driving Iranians to conduct activities like this. 카지노사이트