Iran Secretly Tested A Medium-Range Ballistic Missile On Sunday
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On Monday, Fox News reported that Iran conducted a ballistic missile test on Sunday, in violation of the a U.N. resolution which specifically calls for Iran not to conduct such tests. Iran reportedly launched a Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile from a Semnan launch site which blew up 600 miles into the flight.
Iran has tested nuclear-capable ballistic missiles at least nine times since July 2015, which is when the nuclear deal signed. U.N. resolution 2231 was put in place days later which forbids the Islamic Republic from conducting such tests.