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Iranian missiles can easily reach U.S. ships: Guards deputy

Reuters Friday, 17 May 2019
A deputy head of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said even short-range Iranian missiles could reach U.S. warships in the Gulf, and the United States could not afford a new war, the semi-official news agency Fars reported on Friday.
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