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World Explosion Reported at Clinic in Busy District of Iran’s Capital

21:26  30 june  2020
21:26  30 june  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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(Bloomberg) -- A loud explosion has hit a busy neighborhood of Iran’s capital Tehran, state media reported.

a tall building in a city: Iranian national flags fly near a major highway through Tehran, Iran, on Tuesday, Sept. 17. 2019. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif refused to rule out military conflict in the Middle East after the U.S. sent more troops and weapons to Saudi Arabia in response to an attack on oil fields the U.S. has blamed on the Islamic Republic. © Bloomberg Iranian national flags fly near a major highway through Tehran, Iran, on Tuesday, Sept. 17. 2019. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif refused to rule out military conflict in the Middle East after the U.S. sent more troops and weapons to Saudi Arabia in response to an attack on oil fields the U.S. has blamed on the Islamic Republic.

The semi-official Iranian Students’ News agency published mobile phone video of a large plume of smoke rising from buildings in the Tajrish area of northern Tehran -- a normally busy and heavily trafficked intersection of the city.

The blast happened at a clinic, and firefighters had been dispatched to the area to put out an ensuing fire, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, citing Jalal Maleki, a spokesman for Tehran’s fire department.

The incident follows an explosion last week near a military site on the outskirts of Tehran that officials blamed on a gas tank.

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