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« on: 6 November 2012, 20:47:49 »
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Israel successfully tests upgraded Iron Dome with longer interception range
By Times of Israel staff November 4, 2012, 6:29 pm

Israel has completed testing an improved version of the Iron Dome missile defense system, which can intercept medium-range missiles held by Hezbollah and Syria that could reach the center of the country, the Defense Ministry announced on Sunday.

The army said it had carried out the tests with a new, fifth battery of the Iron Dome system, which will be added to the four already deployed in Israel’s south to intercept rockets fired by terrorists in the Gaza Strip.

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