Iran continues missile tests with two more launches

By REUTERS
March 9, 2016 08:33

 
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DUBAI - Iran's Revolutionary Guards test fired two ballistic missiles on Wednesday morning, the Fars and Tasnim news agencies said, continuing a military exercise that has drawn a threat of a diplomatic response from the United States.

The two Qadr H missiles were fired from northern Iran and hit targets in the southeast of the country 1,400 kms (870 miles) away, the agencies said.


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