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  1. UN Experts: Yemen’s Rebels Getting Weapons Similar to Iran’s

    January 31, 2020 Edith Lederer According to a new U.N. report, Houthi rebels in Yemen are receiving parts for drones and weapons that may have been manufactured in Iran, suggesting potential violations of a U.N. arms embargo. In addition to maritime trans ...

  2. Saudi Oil Attack Photos Implicate Iran, U.S. Says

    September 15, 2019 Eric Schmitt, Farnaz Fassihi and David D. Kirkpatrick The United States says that Iran was likely behind attacks on key Saudi Arabian oil facilities. The U.S. government released satellite photos showing at least 17 points of impact on ...

  3. Pentagon: Iran Expands Use of Proxies

    May 2, 2013 Bill Gertz According to a classified Defense Intelligence Agency report, Iran is expanding its security agreements with countries in Latin America and Africa and its use of surrogates, including Lebanese Hezbollah, Iraqi Shia groups, and the T ...

  4. Iranian Friendly Fire Kills 19 in 2nd Missile Accident of Year

    May 10, 2020 Farnaz Fassihi An anti-ship missile fired from an Iranian Navy frigate struck another naval vessel in a friendly fire episode during military exercises in the Sea of Oman, killing 19 sailors and wounding 15. The frigate, called the Jamaran, s ...

  5. Iran Showcases Domestically Manufactured Industrial Parts at Defense Exhibition

    September 4, 2020 Orkhan Jalilov Iran's defense ministry showcased ground combat equipment and components for helicopters, communication and radar systems, and the aerospace, aviation, and marine industries at an exhibition in Tehran. Iranian Defense ...

  6. Iran Rolls Out Another Medium-Range SAM

    November 11, 2013 Jeremy Binnie Iran displayed a new medium-range surface-to-air  missile (SAM), the Sayyad-2, that will soon enter production. According to Jane’s Defense Weekly, the Sayyad-2 uses the airframe of the American RIM-66 (SM-1) naval SAM and ...

  7. Iran Importing Missile-Grade Ore from Germany, France

    July 2, 2013 Maytall Angel and Jonathan Saul Iran, exploiting a gap in European Union sanctions, is importing high grade alumina ore from several European countries. Between January 2012 and March 2013, Iran purchased around 4,000 metric tons of alumina, ...

  8. Iran Holds Naval Exercise Near Sensitive Strait of Hormuz

    September 10, 2020 The Iranian Navy started the three-day Zolfaghar 99 military exercise over two million square kilometers between the Indian Ocean and the Strait of Hormuz. The exercise involves drones, missiles, and warships as well as shore-to-sea and ...

  9. Iran Conducts Static Test Of Satellite-Carrying Rocket

    January 15, 2022 The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) tested a solid-fuel space rocket engine on January 13, according to the commander of the IRGC Aerospace Force. According to Hajizadeh, the satellite carrier was constructed out of a composite m ...

  10. Final Inventory of Iran Arms Ship: 40 Rockets, 180 Mortars, 400,000 Bullets

    Israel intercepted a ship in the Red Sea that was carrying Iranian weapons bound for Gaza. The arms seized from the Klos C, a freighter, included 40 M-302 rockets, 180 120 mm mortar shells, and about 400,000 7.62 mm bullets. The M-302 rockets, which have a ...

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