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The IAEA claimed on Thursday that "Iran's offer does not help address the agency's concerns pertaining to the issue of alleged high-explosive experiments at the Marivan site".
Brazier and Sandford describe the city as contributing "well over 9,000 tons of TNT", which is enough to fill shells for up to 30 million of the iconic 18-pounder high-explosive shells.
The M865 and M1002 provide realistic, cost-effective training without the use of high-explosive ammunition," said Dr.
Mountain rescuers from Huddersfield were involved in a huge security operation when a high-explosive bomb was found on the Peak District moors.
The 105 mm is capable of firing four types of rounds: SABOT, a depleted-uranium armor-piercing round; HEAT, high-explosive anti-tank; HEP, high-explosive plastic; and a canister round.
The TF delivered 53 artillery high-explosive (HE) munitions and controlled the use of many attack aviation munitions.
At least two people were killed and four others, including a foreigner, injured after a high-explosive bomb exploded in a shop-house on Indonesia's Sumatra Island early Tuesday, a local police officer said.
The work is for the demilitarization of nine families of conventional ammunition, including pyrotechnics, bombs, high-explosive cartridges, improved conventional munitions, bulk propellants, fuzes and small-caliber ammunition.