Iran's Revolutionary Guards on Thursday unveiled a new ballistic missile with a range of 1,000 kilometres, their official news agency Sepah News reported. The surface-to-surface missile -- called Dezful -- is an upgrade on the older Zolfaghar model that had a range of 700 kilometres (435 miles),@YahooNews
An Iranian news outlet says the elite Revolutionary Guard has inaugurated a surface-to-surface ballistic missile it claims has a 1,000-kilometer (620-mile) range. The Thursday report by the semi-official Fars news agency, close to the Guard, says a ceremony marking the inauguration was heldABC News
The European Union said on Monday it was "gravely concerned" by Iran's ballistic missile launches and tests and called on Tehran to stop activity that deepened mistrust and destabilized the region.U.S.
Late last week Iran's Revolutionary Guard unveiled a new surface-to-surface ballistic missile that Iran's military touts as possessing a range of 1,000 kilometers (621 miles), according to the elite force's Sepah News. Image source: Iran's Revolutionary Guard via Sepah News/AFPThe IRGC released footage of the new missile stored deep inside what state media called an "underground" ballistic missile production facility in what appears the latest provocative snub to US and European leaders, who've...Zero Hedge
“The launch aimed to confirm the advanced missile system’s capabilities and flight characteristics,” the Russian Defense Ministry said.Newsweek
Concerns of Middle Eastern arms race have spiked following reports that Saudi Arabia is quietly building its own ballistic missile facilityCNBC
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