Pakistan test fires Abdali missle

The nuclear-capable short-range ballistic is the second test fired this month.

    Pakistan tested its Babur cruise missile last weekend, which has a range of 700km [AP] 

    Nuclear-armed Pakistan and India routinely carry out missile tests despite a peace process they launched in early 2004, and both have agreed to inform each other of such tests in advance.
     
    Pakistan and India carried out tit-for-tat nuclear weapons tests in 1998.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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