Jul 10, 2011

VOA Special English News 23

Iran announced Wednesday that it had successfully tested several anti-ship missiles at sea. Firings were part of the military exercise that began last week. State news reports say the country's Revolutionary Guard fired two missiles that can hit targets up to 300 kilometers away. A third land-to-sea missile can reach up to 200 kilometers. The United States and other western nations suspect Iran is planning to build nuclear warheads for its missiles. Iran says its missiles are not nuclear and are designed to protect the nation.


1 comment:

ジョン said...

can hit target up
--> can hit targets up

--> kilometers

third "land-to-sea" missile
--> third land-to-sea missile

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