Iran fury: Scientist's assassination could trigger 'full blown war', claims military chief

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THE apparent assassination a scientist believed to be masterminding Iran's push to build nuclear weapons has triggered a furious reaction from Tehran, with a senior military chief pointing the finger at Isreal and warning of "full-blown war". ▶ Full story on express.co.uk
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