Iran tested a missile Sunday


U.N. resolution 2231, put in place days after the Iran nuclear deal was signed, calls on the Islamic Republic not to conduct such tests. The resolution bars Iran from conducting ballistic missile tests for eight years and went into effect July 20, 2015. Iran claims the tests are legitimate because they are not designed to carry a nuclear warhead. “I will meet President Trump in Washington soon, and among the issues I will address, is the need to renew the sanctions against Iran,” Netanyahu wrote on Facebook on Monday. The U.S. intelligence community was able to identify Sunday’s launch. By launching nuclear-capable missiles Iran has defied a United Nations Security Council resolution that endorsed last year’s historic nuclear deal. Some countries could introduce unilateral sanctions against Iran


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