Iran to test-fire 2 long-rage missiles in Gulf drill

By REUTERS
January 2, 2012 07:58

 
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Iran plans to test-fire two long range missiles as part of its ongoing drill in the Persian Gulf on Monday, an Iranian military official stated.

"Today we will test fire Qader and Nour long range missiles during the drill," deputy navy Commander Mahmoud Mousavi told state TV.

On Sunday, Iran test-fired a new medium-range missile, designed to evade radars, the official IRNA news agency quoted a military official as saying.

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