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Iran Nuclear Missiles
Iran announced successfully test-firing the longest-range missiles in its arsenal just days after the U.S. warned Tehran over a newly discovered underground nuclear facility. These nuclear weapons are capable of carrying a warhead and striking Israel, U.S. military bases in the Middle East, and parts of Europe. 
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Iran Missile Testing

Here is the launch of an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Shahab-3 medium-range missile during a test at an undisclosed location on Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.
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Prepping a Zelzal

Revolutionary Guard's Zelzal missile is launched in a drill near the city of Qom, 80 miles south of Tehran, Iran.
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Zelzal Missile

This Zelzal missile was launched by Iran's Revolutionary Guard in a drill, Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, near the city of Qom, 80 miles south of Tehran, Iran.
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Zelzal, Up Close

A closer look at the Revolutionary Guard's Zelzal missile launch, in a drill near the city of Qom, 80 miles south of Tehran, Iran.
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A Tondar Missile

Revolutionary Guard's Tondar missile takes off in a drill, Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, near the city of Qom, 80 miles south of Tehran, Iran.
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A Fateh Missile

Revolutionary Guard's Fateh missile is launched in a drill, Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, near the city of Qom, 80 miles (130 kilometers) south of Tehran, Iran.
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Iran Missile Testing

Iran demonstrates a show of force just days after the U.S. warned Tehran over a newly uncovered nuclear facility it was secretly constructing.
(AP Photo)

Iran Nuclear Missiles

Iran announced successfully test-firing the longest-range missiles in its arsenal just days after the U.S. warned Tehran over a newly discovered underground nuclear facility. These nuclear weapons are capable of carrying a warhead and striking Israel, U.S. military bases in the Middle East, and parts of Europe. 

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