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Iran says two more rockets hit southwest Iran - IRNA
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TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran's official news agency IRNA, citing an unnamed military commander, said on Saturday that two more rockets had fallen in southwest Iran, close to the border with Iraq (news - web sites).

 

IRNA also said that U.S. and British military jets had violated the Islamic Republic's airspace several times on Friday and Saturday during operations against targets in southern Iraq.

There was no immediate comment from the U.S. or British military, whose forces are invading Iraq.

Government sources and witnesses told Reuters on Friday that a rocket had hit an oil refinery depot in the city of Abadan, about 50 km east of the southern Iraqi city of Basra, injuring two people.


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