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Blasts hit a natural gas pipeline in Iran

Updated on: 15 February,2024 07:38 AM IST  |  Dubai
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The blasts hit a natural gas pipeline running from Iran’s western Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province up north to cities on the Caspian Sea

Blasts hit a natural gas pipeline in Iran

Officials said the explosions were an act of sabotage. Pic/X

Explosions struck a natural gas pipeline in Iran early Wednesday, with an official blaming the blasts on a “sabotage and terrorist action” in the country as tensions remain high in the Middle East amid Israel’s war on Hamas in the Gaza Strip.


The blasts hit a natural gas pipeline running from Iran’s western Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province up north to cities on the Caspian Sea. The roughly 1,270-km pipeline begins in Asaluyeh. Saeed Aghli—manager of Iran’s gas network control center— said the blasts were caused due to “sabotage and terrorism”.


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