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U.S. sees 3-5 year delay in Iranian long-range missile

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A new U.S. intelligence assessment that Iran would need three to five more years than previously thought to build long-range missiles underpinned President Barack Obama's decision to overhaul a missile shield system in Europe, officials said on Thursday.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A new U.S. intelligence assessment that Iran would need three to five more years than previously thought to build long-range missiles underpinned President Barack Obama’s decision to overhaul a missile shield system in Europe, officials said on Thursday.

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