The range of Iran's missiles

Iran's Shahab-3 and Sejil missiles could Israel and parts of Europe.


    The Shahab-3 and Sejil missiles tested by Iran have a range of about 2,000km, according to Iranian military officials.

    The long-range missiles would enable them to target Israel, US bases in Gulf countries - such as Bahrain and Qatar - as well as some parts of Europe.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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