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US conducting 'serious review' of latest Iran missile test

OWON: Now here is a game changer. Iran dares to test its own missiles to defend its own nation against US bases threatening its own security and within reach of that Hole in the Wall gang hideaway for Kazakh terrorists and criminals called Isra-Hell, now hear them scream. Funny no one hears the Palestinians, Jordanians, Lebanese, Syrians or Iraqis? Way to go Iran.

Who gave the US control over the world? No one! Push off!

US conducting 'serious review' of latest Iran missile test

Fox News
By Jennifer Griffin
and Lucas Tomlinson

9 December 2015

The U.S. is conducting a “serious review” of Iran’s second ballistic missile test in as many months in apparent violation of two U.N. Security Council resolutions, according to the State Department and the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.

Fox News first reported the Iranian missile launch Monday.

The November 21 launch, Iran’s second since a nuclear accord was signed by Iran and six world powers, comes more than a month after the well-publicized first test in October.

U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power said Tuesday that if the latest missile test is deemed to be in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions, the U.S. would raise it with the Security Council’s sanctions committee.

“I don't want to get ahead of the work the U.S. government is doing,” Power told reporters outside the United Nations Tuesday. “But as happened last time, if we can confirm it, and if there is a violation of any Security Council resolution, we will come here and we will seek appropriate action.”

On Nov. 21 Iran test-fired a medium-range Ghadr-110 ballistic missile from a known test site near the port city of Chabahar in southeast Iran near the border with Pakistan in violation of two existing U.N. resolutions, a senior US official and Western intelligence sources told Fox News.

The missile has a range of 1,200 miles, which puts Tel Aviv and most of Israel within its sights, along with most U.S. military bases in the Middle East.

“We are taking the report very seriously,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said Tuesday. “If the reports are confirmed and if there is a violation of any relevant U.N. Security Council resolution, then we're going to take the appropriate actions, as we've proven that we're capable of doing in the past.”

He said those next steps could be taken by the United States alone, if necessary.

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