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Iran Long-Range Missile Program Rebooted?


The New York Times reported, Iran has reportedly established a secret missile research facility in the desert where it may be developing technology for long-range missiles. California-based experts came to this conclusion after diving deep into Iranian state-based news. Particularly revealing was coverage of the late military scientist Gen. Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam. Moghaddam was killed in an explosion at Iran's long-range missile facility in 2011.

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