Issue 294 - 26 Aug 1986
As the Iran-Iraq war approaches its sixth anniversary, the frustration of both sides seems to be driving them to increasingly desperate tactics. Iraq has now acquired the capability to strike at Iran's makeshift oil export terminals in the lower Gulf, while Iran has taken revenge by attacking Iraqi civilian concentrations.
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