Iran test-fires ballistic missile for first time in 2018, officials say
Friday, 10 August 2018 For the first time in more than a year, Iran test-fired a ballistic missile in a brazen display of defiance months after President Trump pulled the United States out of a landmark nuclear deal and days before his administration slapped new sanctions on the Islamic Republic, three U.S. officials with knowledge of the launch tell Fox News.
On Monday Iran unveiled a new short-range ballistic missile, just a few days after test firing a variant of the missile over the Strait of Hormuz. Business Insider reports that according to Iranian Defense Minister Brig. Amir Hatami the Fateh-e Mobin missile is an "agile, radar-evading and tactical...
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