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US Poised to Strike Iran From Bulgaria & Romania

Published: Tue 30 Jan 2007 10:34 AM
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America "Poised to Strike at Iran's Nuclear Sites" From Bases in Bulgaria and Romania
Reports suggest that "US defensive ring" may be new front in war on terror.
By Gabriel Ronay
The Sunday Herald UK
Sunday 28 January 2007
President Bush is preparing to attack Iran's nuclear facilities before the end of April and the US Air Force's new bases in Bulgaria and Romania would be used as back-up in the onslaught, according to an official report from Sofia.
"American forces could be using their two USAF bases in Bulgaria and one at Romania's Black Sea coast to launch an attack on Iran in April," the Bulgarian news agency Novinite said.
The American build-up along the Black Sea, coupled with the recent positioning of two US aircraft carrier battle groups off the Straits of Hormuz, appears to indicate president Bush has run out of patience with Tehran's nuclear misrepresentation and non-compliance with the UN Security Council's resolution. President Ahmeninejad of Iran has further ratcheted up tension in the region by putting on show his newly purchased state of the art Russian TOR-Ml anti-missile defence system.
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