Najmeh Bozorgmehr

Tehran Correspondent, Financial Times

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Tehran correspondent for the Financial Times

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Iran today test-fired nine ballistic missiles, including a new version of the Shahab-3, which Iran says has the capacity to strike Tel Aviv.

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US intelligence agencies now believe that Iran stopped trying to build nuclear weapons four years ago. The "military option" appears to be off the table.

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