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Satellite photos of Iran attacks

2020-01-08 19:30:06.788234+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Wow, Iran seems to be the adults in the room, carefully targeting uninhabited buildings to minimize impact to life: Satellite Photos Reveal Extent Of Damage From Iranian Strike On Air Base In Iraq

Schmerler says it is unclear whether targets on the base were chosen to avoid loss of life. "The buildings we're tallying now seem to be used for storing aircraft," he says. "There are other structures at the air base that would be exclusively for people so maybe they intended to strike sites with equipment over people."

Looking at those pictures, the targeting sure appears to be deliberate.

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