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TEHERAN, January 2 (Itar-Tass) — On the last day of a major naval exercise in the area of the Hormuz Strait, Iran has successfully tested a long-range missile.
"We have test-fired a long-range shore-to-sea missile called Qader /The Capable/, which managed to successfully destroy predetermined targets in the Gulf," deputy Navy Commander Mahmoud Mousavi told the official news agency IRNA.
Iranian authorities said earlier they would test-fire two long-range missiles on Monday - Qader and another system called Nour (light) - to display its resolve to counter any attack by enemies such as Israel or the United States.