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In defiance to US, Iran unveils latest missile during parade

In defiance to US, Iran unveils latest missile during parade

Escalating a war of words with the United States, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran declared Friday that his country would continue to develop new missiles and "would not seek anyone's permission to defend our land".

State broadcaster IRIB carried footage of the missile test without giving its time and location.

Iran unveiled the ballistic missile Friday at a military parade in Tehran and successfully tested it the same day, Press TV reported.

On Friday, the Iranian armed forces commemorated the 1980-1988 war with Iraq by holding a parade in which Iran's most advanced military power and abilities were showcased. "We will defend the downtrodden people of Yemen, Syria, and Palestine whether you like it or not", he added.

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The release and launch of the missile comes shortly after a speech by US President Donald Trump at the UN General Assembly in which he directly attacked the Islamic Republic.

Trump has until October 15 to certify to Congress that Iran has complied with the accord, a decision he must make every 90 days. Iran already has two other missiles, Ghadr-F and Sejil, capable of reaching Israel, the sworn enemy of Iran, and the us bases located in the region.

This news with the test arrives merely hrs following Iran's parading this rocket which in a military services celebration within Tehran.

It wasn't immediately clear whether Trump had made a final decision to continue complying with the Iran nuclear deal, under which Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of worldwide sanctions.

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The move was a direct challenge to US President Donald Trump, who in August signed a bill imposing mandatory penalties on those involved in Iran's ballistic missile programme and anyone who does business with them.

"We will promote our defensive and military power as much as we deem necessary". Iran says it has no such plans. "The nuclear deal is the result of long negotiations and it is supported by the UN Security Council and many countries".

Iran is also not conducting "any uranium enrichment or related research and development activities" at its Fordo nuclear plant, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) added, as cited by AFP.

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