Iran test-fires missile
Iran's missile Sejil is launched by Iranian armed forces at an undisclosed location in Iran on November 12, 2008. The Iranian military Wednesday test-fired surface-to-air missiles designed for defensive purposes, the country's state-sanctioned media reported. The test-firing involved the next-generation missile called the Sejil and used solid-fuel propellants, the government's English-language Press TV said.The Iranian reports came after Tehran said last week U.S. helicopters were observed flying close to Iran's airspace. In July, Iran's Revolutionary Guard test-fired nine missiles during war game, including at least one Iranian officials said was capable of reaching Israel. Defense Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said on state television that the Sajjil was a high-speed missile manufactured at the Iranian Aerospace department of the Defense Ministry. He said it had a range of about 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometers). (UPI Photo/Vahid Reza Alaie/Fars News Agency)
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