Pakistan test fires nuclear-capable ballistic missile
ISLAMABAD (AFP) - Pakistan on Wednesday test fired a nuclear-capable ballistic missile with a range of 1,300km, the military said.
The military described the Hatf V Ghauri missile as a liquid fuel missile, which can carry both conventional and nuclear warheads.
It was Pakistan's eighth missile test so far this year and comes two months after its last test of a Hatf-VII with a range of 700km.
Five of those tests were conducted within a few weeks after arch-rival India in April successfully test fired the Agni V, which can deliver a one-tonne nuclear warhead anywhere in China, marking a major advance in its military capabilities.