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Iran Unveils Long-Range Cruise Missile On Revolution Anniversary


According to Reuters, Iran displayed a new cruise missile with a range of 800 miles on Saturday during celebrations marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Iran has expanded its missile program, particularly its ballistic missiles, in defiance of opposition from the United States. Western experts say Iran often exaggerates its weapons capabilities, although there are concerns about its long-range ballistic missiles.

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