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October 12, 2015 6:58 am

Iran Tests Long-Range Ballistic Missile in Possible Violation of Nuclear Deal

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An Iranian missile in front of portrait of the Islamic Republic's Supreme Leader.

An Iranian missile in front of a portrait of the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader. Photo: Iranian Government.

Iran tested a new guided long-range ballistic missile on Sunday, hours before Parliament, in a rowdy session, approved the generalities of the nuclear agreement reached in July between Iran and world powers, the state news agency IRNA reported.

The missile launch may have violated the terms of the agreement, reached in Vienna with six world powers. According to some readings of the deal, it placed restrictions on Iran’s ambitious missile program

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