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    Imam Hussein University (IHU)

    The Imam Hussein University (IHU) is a public university in Tehran under the authority of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). The IRGC runs the university like a military organization, and uses it as a training and recruiting ground. [1] Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, known as the father of Iran's nuclear program and a leading advocate for the development of {{glossary-term:"nuclear-weapon":"nuclear ...

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    Physics Research Center (PHRC)

    The Physics Research Center (PHRC) is affiliated with the Iranian military and suspected of involvement in possible nuclear weaponization efforts, including alleged studies about nuclear weapons development, high-power explosives and missile re-entry vehicle research. [1] The former head of the PHRC is Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, an Iranian physicist who also works for the Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces ...

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    No. 38 Factory

    In November 2001, the South Korean press reported that the No. 38 Factory in Hŭich'ŏn, Chagang Province produces missiles. According to reports, the No. 38 Factory is called the "Youth Electric Complex." However, it is still unclear what types of missiles this factory produces.

    Sources:
    [1] Lee Kyo Kwan, "Kunsugongjang'en Iltan Tŭl'ŏgamyŏn 'Maldduk Kŭnmu'," Chosun Ilbo, 26 October ...

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    Hindustan Fluorocarbons Ltd.

    Hindustan Flurocarbons Ltd. was established in 1983 as joint sector company between Hindustan Organic Chemicals Ltd. and Andhra Pradesh Industrial Development Corporation.

    The company produces various grades of poly-tetra-fluro-methylene, including suspension and emulsion grades.

    Source: Hindustan Fluorocarbon Limited, http://indiapublicsector.com.

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    Fajr Industrial Group

    According to the U.S. Treasury Department, the Fajr Industrial Group (FIG) "is involved in the production and acquisition of precision equipment for missile guidance and control systems." [1] Both the UN and the U.S. government have imposed sanctions on the FIG, and UNSCR 1747 specifically imposed travel and financial sanctions on the head of the FIG, Mohsen ...

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    Manzariyah

    Manzariyah is a facility for research and development on unguided missiles and missile fuel production.[1] Its exact location varies in open source literature. Manzariyeh refers to several locations in Iran, including a Revolutionary Guards Training Center northeast of Tehran located in the same region where several sources put the missile facility. However, a study by the Center for Strategic ...

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    Parchin Chemical Industries

    Parchin Chemical Industries (PCI) is part of the Defense Industries Organization's Chemical Industries Group and is most likely located at the Parchin Military Complex. UNSCR 1747 asserts that PCI "produces ammunition, explosives, as well as solid propellants for rockets and missiles."[1] In April 2007, U.S. sources identified Parchin Chemical Industries (PCI) "as the final recipient of sodium ...

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    Damghan

    US intelligence sources suspect the facilities in Damghan launched operations in 1989 and were meant to produce agents for ballistic missile warheads. According to unconfirmed reports, Damghan is the site of a biological weapons research laboratory constructed with Russian assistance. The BW laboratory is allegedly located near Iran's CW production facilities at Damghan.

    Sources:
    Federation of American Scientists, www.fas ...

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    Bandar Abbas

    Iran's main naval base is located at Bandar Abbas. [1] The complex hosts a missile site where Chinese-built cruise missiles such as the CSS-N-2 Silkworm, HY-2 Seersucker and C-801 Sardine are tested, assembled, manufactured, and upgraded. [2] The Revolutionary Guard Corps protects the complex with HAWK, SA-5 and SA-2 air-defense missiles. [3] According to Stratfor, "Iran generally ...

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    Facility 97045

    Subordination:
    The state-owned special enterprise Ekorez operates the facility. [2] Ekorez is subordinate to the Minsk City Executive Committee (Mingorispolkom), although radioactive waste management at the facility is administered on the federal level. [3]

    Background:
    The facility was opened in the early 1960s and accepted the first shipment of waste in December 1963. [4]

    Activities:
    Facility 97045 is the only ...

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    National Center for Biopreparation

    BIOCEN's different plants and laboratories are described on its website, along with the areas of current research and production. The plant for active ingredient production is the largest (10,000 square meters) of the facility's divisions, involved in fermentation, separation, semi-purification, and chromatographic purification, of recombinant protein production in microorganisms on an industrial scale. The culture media production plant (4 ...

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    Semi-Pilot Uranium Extraction Plant

    Egypt built the Phosphoric Acid Purification Plant to separate uranium ore concentrate from phosphoric acid, which contains roughly 65 ppm of uranium. [2]

    Egypt states that the plant, although operational, has not worked as designed for uranium recovery.[3] Problems with the separation of uranium from phosphoric acid include: 1) the removal of suspended materials (such as sand ...

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