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Breaking: Oil Refinery on Fire in Iran, Largest Ship Has Sunk

Iran has received some breaking news.

According to reports, the country’s largest warship caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Oman.

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The details behind the incident remain unknown at this time.

In addition, the Shahid Tondguyan oil refinery in Iran has caught fire, according to reports.

Under mysterious circumstances, Iran’s largest warship caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Oman on Wednesday, the latest tragedy to hit one of the country’s vessels in recent years amid tensions with the West.

According to the Fars news agency, the fire started about 2:25 a.m., and firefighters tried to put it out, but they were unable to preserve the 207-meter (679-foot) Kharg, which was used to replenish other ships in the fleet at sea and perform training drills. According to state media, the warship was evacuated with 400 sailors and trainee cadets on board, 33 of whom were injured.

The ship sank off the coast of Iran, near the town of Jask, some 1,270 kilometers (790 miles) southeast of Tehran.

The Iranian navy’s largest warship caught fire and sank in the Gulf of Oman on Wednesday under mysterious circumstances, the latest disaster to hit one of the country’s ships in recent years as tensions with the West have grown.

The fire broke out around 2:25 a.m., and firefighters attempted to put it out, but the 207-meter (679-foot) Kharg, which was used to replenish other ships in the fleet at sea and perform training exercises, was destroyed. According to state media, the vessel’s 400 sailors and trainee cadets were evacuated, with 33 of them being injured.

The ship sank off the coast of Iran, near the town of Jask, around 1,270 kilometers (790 miles) southeast of Tehran, on Tuesday.

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