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India tests nuclear-capable missile that can reach China

A surface-to-surface Agni V missile is launched from the Wheeler Island off the eastern Indian state of Odisha April 19, 2012. REUTERS/Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation/DRDO/Handout

A surface-to-surface Agni V missile is launched from the Wheeler Island off the eastern Indian state of Odisha April 19, 2012. REUTERS/Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation/DRDO/Handout

A surface-to-surface Agni V missile is launched from the Wheeler Island off the eastern Indian state of Odisha April 19, 2012. REUTERS/Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation/DRDO/Handout
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Illustration of Agni V long-range missile India is to test Wednesday. With map showing range and table on Agni missile series. RNGS.

Illustration of Agni V long-range missile India is to test Wednesday. With map showing range and table on Agni missile series. RNGS.

Illustration of Agni V long-range missile India is to test Wednesday. With map showing range and table on Agni missile series. RNGS.
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