Tehran Times published an article describing how Iran developed its missiles and distributed it to its allies throughout the Middle East.
Explosions were heard in the early hours of Wednesday in the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv.
The IRGC struck military bases in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region, aiming to destroy sites that were partly destroyed in previous attacks.
The Iranian newspaper warned that the new hypersonic missile developed by the Islamic Republic could hit Israel within 400 seconds.
As Russia's weapon supply runs lower and lower by the day, they have no choice but to ask for help from allies with supplies - or worse - retreat.
Hypersonic missiles can fly at least five times faster than the speed of sound and on a complex trajectory, which makes them difficult to intercept.
"If it were not for the Iranian supply of weapons to the aggressor, we would be closer to peace now," said President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The G7 has also expressed support for Iran’s protests as well as condemning Russia's use of Iranian drones in their war against Ukraine.
The Barak-8 air defense systems deployed by the UAE could be the first of a substantial contract for additional systems to protect sensitive sites.
What do we know about the Iranian drone engines and the transfers to Russia in their war against Ukraine?