FILE - In this picture released by the office of Iranian supreme leader, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei speaks in a meeting with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the country's diplomats in Tehran, Iran, Nov. 1, 2015.
Iran tests another mid-range ballistic missile in breach of UN resolutions
As Iran prepares to announce it has dismantled its nuclear program and thus should have its sanctions lifted on what will be known as “Implementation Day,” probably in January, sniping is growing on all sides. Opponents of the nuclear deal in Congress are urging President Barack Obama not to go easy on Iran for its recent ballistic missile tests and other non-nuclear activities just to try to save the agreement. Iranian officials, meanwhile, are pointing to recent changes in U.S. visa laws…
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AP Photo/Wong Maye-ENorth Korea rolled out what it claimed were intercontinental ballistic missiles at a parade on Saturday, but according to former Defense Secretary William Perry, it would never use them in a first strike. Perry told CNN's Christi http://aspost.com/post/EX-PENTAGON-CHIEF-North-Korea-is-evil-but-not-crazy-—-so-it-wont-strike-first/20393 #politics #politic #politicians #news #political…
Thriller. Readers looking for a tale as gripping as the one offered by Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October should not hesitate to check out this alarming thriller. Having received spurious orders to launch an attack on Iran in retaliation for the decimation of Washington, D.C. (which never happened, though the crew doesn't know this), a ballistic-missile submarine is heading radio-dark and at speed to the Persian Gulf.
Iran Offers A Rare Peek At An Underground 'Missile City'
An image released by the Iranian Defense Ministry on Oct. 11 claims to show the launching of an Emad long-range ballistic missile in an undisclosed location. Iran tested a ballistic missile again in November, according to U.S. officials. The missile launches have been a source of friction between Iran and its rivals.