Iran tests short-range missile

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August 20, 2006 09:16

 
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Iran on Sunday test-fired a surface-to-surface short-range missile a day after its army launched large-scale military exercises througout the country, state-run television reported. "Saegheh, the missile, has a range of between 80 to 250 kilometers," the report said. It said the missile was tested in Kashan desert, about 250 kilometers southeast of Tehran, the capital. Saegheh means lightning in Farsi.


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