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Iran versus Saidi Arabia. New crisis in Middle East

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By Ann Tyller | January 6, 2016 10:23 pm

Iran just as unveiled a new underground facility that houses nuclear warheads.  

In Iran, protesters responded by attacking Saudi Embassy in Tehran

In Iran, protesters responded by attacking Saudi Embassy in Tehran

This announcement came in live broadcast of Iranian sate TV after President of Iran accused Saudi Arabia in execution of a leading Shiite cleric by Suidi Arabia’s state security agents.   

In Iran, protesters responded by attacking Saudi Embassy in Tehran.

In response Saudi Arabia announced it was stopping diplomatic relations with Iran.

Meanwhile government of the United States is about to set new political and economic sanctions against Iran after the broadcast showing their new missiles depot.

Declaration of Iran about its missile capabilities will challenge President Barack Obama and European Union plan to stop nearly all international sanctions against Iran under the nuclear deal reached in July of 2015.

According to this Iran requires to give up material that world powers feared could be used to make an atomic weapon and accept other restrictions on its nuclear program.

Despite this agreement President of Iran has ordered his defense minister to expand nuclear missile program.

The Iranian missiles under development boast much improved accuracy over the current generation, which experts say is likely to improve their effectiveness with conventional warheads.

Revolutionary Guards’ Brigadier General Hossein Salami, said last Friday that Iran’s depots and underground facilities are so full that they will need to build new depots  to store their new missiles.

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