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June 29th, 2011
07:38 PM ET

Iran testing potential nuke missiles?

U.S. experts say Iran is several years away from having a nuclear weapon. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.

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Filed under: Chris Lawrence • Iran • Nuclear
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  1. prakash chandra behera

    If North Korea developed a nuclear tipped missile,why not Iran?But who assist these countries to do so.He should be responsible for such crisis.Why not West approach that factor to stop these countries developing such arsenal.From my point of view no such missile shield is effect against any ICBM.However there should be no Nuclear war,for fear of mutual destruction.If Iran is all ready developing a warhead ,than peaceful settlement is necessary instead war.Because we are suffering suffering Global economic meltdown,No war should be.OBAMA MUST REMEMBER

    December 18, 2011 at 8:24 am |

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