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Iran fires “long-range” missile in naval war-games

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Aug. 27 – Iran announced on Sunday that it had successfully test-fired an advanced “long-range” missile capable of evading radar. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Aug. 27 – Iran announced on Sunday that it had successfully test-fired an advanced “long-range” missile capable of evading radar.

The spokesman for the week-long military manoeuvres Iran is holding said that the “Sagheb” missile was capable of being launched from any naval vessel, the state-run news agency Mehr reported.

He said that the “intelligent missile” had “very high speed” and could “take enemies by surprise”.

The Commander of Iran’s Navy Admiral Sajjad Kouchaki told state television that the missile was test-fired from a submarine.

The naval war-games are taking place in the Persian Gulf.

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