Saturday, August 15, 2009

Iran, Syria and North Korea killed 20 people with peaceful Scud test

Iran, Syria, North Korea (and I'm sure Hezbollah) are preparing for the Obama Era of Peace.

It took three months for this story to break. In police states the news takes a while to get out.

Syria: 20 die in 'failed missile test'

Twenty Syrians were killed and over 60 injured in a failed Scud missile test carried out by Syria, Iran and North Korea in May, Japan's Kyodo News reported on Friday.

One of two missiles had apparently strayed off its course due to a technical malfunction, landing in a civilian populated area in a town on the Syrian-Turkish border. The victims were all civilians.

The incident was part of a botched attempt to test a new short-range ballistic missile developed together by the three countries, the report said.

According to Kyodo News, the area - a marketplace - was immediately closed off to the public, who was told that a gas explosion had ensued and was the cause of the wreckage.

It was unclear where the other missile landed.

"Move on, nothing to see here..."


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