This is what is believed to be a site near Qom, Iran, for developing nuclear bombs and/or other weapons, as mentioned during the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh. Here is the link for the related news article:
This is the underground hardened site that Iran today announced would be opened. Iran allowed IAEA inspectors to open seals and install cameras. It is here that Iran concentatrates uranium sufficiently to create nuclear weapons.
Sellafield is operated by British Nuclear Group. It houses the Thorp nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the Magnox nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the inactive Calder Hall Magnox nuclear power station (the world's first commercial nuclear power station), and other older nuclear facilities. Formally known as Windscale.
This area includes many visually fascinating research complexes and test facilities, some of great historical interest (nuclear weapons etc). It is home to Sandia National Laboratories, one of the USA's largest and most diverse R&D facilities.
There are many other sites I have not identified here - Anyone help?
This Iranian jet aircraft was destroyed in an accident near Tehran on 22 September 2009.
In 1991 Gulf War two IL-76AEW fled from Iraq to Iran where the remain in service at Shiraz and Mehrabad Intl. Only one remained operational for transport purposes, as the AWACS systems on board were no longer operational.
For 20 years now, people are obstructing the planned Nuclear Waste Disposal Center at Gorleben - consisting of a drum storage for nuclear waste, the fuel element storage, the pilot conditioning plant and the ultimate nuclear waste dump.
It soon became clear that it was not a matter of self-interest of small-minded citizens from...
Vladivostok is Russia's main naval base in the East and headquarters of the Russian Pacific Fleet.
During the Soviet era, Vladivostok had a complement of at least 65 major surface combat ships, 50 nuclear and 25 non-nuclear submarines.