Pakistan test-fires nuclear-capable missile
Pakistan test-fired on Tuesday an intermediate-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile, which could reach all the cities in neighboring India.
State-owned Pakistan Television announced that the missile could travel 1,250 miles and carry all kinds of warheads.
Pakistan says its weapons program is a response to that of nuclear-armed rival India, with which it has fought three wars since independence in 1947. The test came after Israel last week concluded a deal to sell India a strategic airborne radar system despite warming ties between Islamabad and New Delhi.