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  • Iran vs. the U.S.

    <b>Jan. 15, 2007</b> <p> Ardeshir Hassanpour dies, possibly becoming the first Iranian nuclear scientist killed in the covert war. The Iranian government reports that Ardeshir Hosseinpour died of accidental "gas poisoning," but conflicting Western reports state that Hosseinpour was killed because he worked in a nuclear research lab.
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  • Iran vs. the U.S.

    <b>November 12, 2011</b> <p> An explosion at a key Iranian missile base 30 miles west of Tehran destroys the base and kills more than 20. Satellite imagery shows the leveled base after the blast. Among those killed is Maj. Gen. Hassan Moghaddam, considered the founder of Iran's missile program.
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  • Covert War with Iran: A Timeline

    <b>Feb. 13, 2012</b> <p> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, seen at a Likud party meeting at the Knesset in Jerusalem, blamed Iran and Hezbollah for the attacks in India and Georgia. Iran denied responsibility.
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