Iran conducted its first missile test after U.S. President Donald trump took office, giving the nascent administration to show the world how they plan to deal with the American enemy.
The official defense of the United States reported that medium-range missile was launched on Sunday, and that test fails, and poses no threat to the US or its allies in the region. The UN security Council will hold a meeting behind closed doors to discuss the test involved the launch of a ballistic missile. Press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer, in his briefing on Monday confirmed that there was a test, but gave no information about how the White house plans to deal with the Iranian show of force.
U.S. Senator Bob Corker, Chairman of the foreign Affairs Committee of the Senate and a critic of the Iranian nuclear deal in 2015, called the launch a violation of international obligations of Iran. Israel also condemned the rocket launch
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