Iran tests a new ballistic missile Khorramshahr range of 2000 km
Iran tested a new ballistic missile a day after its offer in the military parade and Iran said its new ballistic missile was capable of carrying multiple warheads, state radio reported Saturday.

The newspaper said that "Iran launched successful shots to launch its new ballistic missile Khorramshahr during a military convoy in the capital Tehran."
"The Khorramshahr missile has become smaller and more tactical and will work in the near future."
The missile was fired from an unknown location.

Iran unveiled ballistic missiles on Friday as its president stepped up pressure on the United States by defending its right to strengthen military defenses.

The Khorramshahr is 1250 miles (2,000 km) long and can carry multiple warheads, according to the Press Agency.

Iran's new missile, Khorramshahr, will be displayed during a military parade on Friday in Tehran.
With this range, the missile will be able to easily reach Israel and Saudi Arabia.
Speaking at the Friday procession, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said Tehran would go ahead with strengthening its missile capabilities and military defenses.

"We will strengthen our defense and military strength as much as we think necessary," Rouhani said. "We are not seeking permission from anyone to defend our land," he said.
"Whether you want it or not, we will help Syria, Yemen and Palestine, and we will strengthen our missiles."
Rohani said the United States and Israel had isolated themselves by opposing the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and other major powers. He said Iran remained fully committed to the agreement.

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