Iran tests Missile, despite being threat of Ban.

Iran tests Missile, despite being threat of Ban.

Tehrān : Iran | Jan 03, 2012 at 12:43 AM PST
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Iran tests missile.

Last day, Iran had tested a missile at State of Hormuz. During a navy trial, they tested missile working from land to air. The test was termed as successful.

Iran had done a ten days program of army test, named as Volatyat. The test was held by Iran’s scientists. As per my point of view, State of Hormuz is a busiest route for the transportation of petrol to the World.

On Wednesday, US had roared against the try of obstacle from Iran. US said, we can not tolerate such types of obstacle in our route. It will be true to say that, despite being threat of Ban Iran is moving forward.

Honorable Sir / Honorable friend,

Thank you very much for reading my news. Please, share my news with your friends.

Yours faithfully,

Sonalben with husband Anilkumar and son Raj.

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SONALBEN RANA is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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