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Iran tests five missiles

Iran tests five missiles 26.04.2010
Source: The Voice of Russia
Photo: Iran on Sunday test fired five new types of locally-made coast-to-sea and sea-to-sea missiles. EPA
Iran on Sunday test fired five new types of locally-made coast-to-sea and sea-to-sea missiles in the last stage of its "Great Prophet 5" war games in the Persian Gulf, CNN reports from Tehran. The missiles were fired simultaneously and hit a single target all at the same time. Sunday's drill also included high-speed boats waging a "war" against a warship. Iran's missile development is being watched closely by the United States, which is pressing for tougher sanctions against the Islamic republic for its controversial nuclear program.

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