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Pakistan has tested another cruise missile2012-06-05 14:38
Islamabad has successfully tested a cruise missile Hatf-7 "Babur", capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, RIA Novosti reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the army press service, the missile was launched from the mobile complex. The place of the launch was not called.
"Babur" is Pakistan's cruise missile, capable of accurately hitting targets within a radius of 700 kilometers. "Stealth" technology, making the missile invisible to radar, was used during its designing.
Similar tests took place on May 10, 29 and 31.
Recall, April 25, Islamabad conducted a successful test of ballistic missile "Shahin", capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, RIA Novosti reported with reference to a Pakistani TV-channel DawnNews.
According to media reports, the modified missile "Shaheen-1A" (Hatf-4) has a range of start-up to 800 kilometers. It fell in a designated area in the Indian Ocean. No other details are still unknown.
This launch was Pakistan's response to India's first test launch of intercontinental ballistic missile "Agni-5" with range of more than five thousand miles, held April 19.