Iran Unveils Second Underground Site, Storing Emad Missile

An Iranian Emad rocket is launched as it is tested at an undisclosed location October 11, 2015
An Iranian Emad rocket is launched as it is tested at an undisclosed location October 11, 2015 / Reuters

DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran unveiled a new underground missile depot on Tuesday inaugurated by the speaker of parliament, Ali Larijani, Tasnim news agency, which is close to the Revolutionary Guards, reported.

A one-minute video of the facility broadcast on state television showed Iran's Emad precision-guided ballistic missile which was tested in October.

The United States has said Emad would be capable of carrying a nuclear payload and violates a 2010 U.N. Security Council resolution.

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(Reporting by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin; Editing by Janet Lawrence)