Iran has tested two short-range missiles and a long-range missile, state TV reports.
On Sunday, the medium-range Shahab 1 and 2 missiles with a range of 300 to 700km (186 to 434 miles) were tested.
The short-range Tondar-69 and Fateh-110 type, with a range of up to 170km (100 miles), were also tested.
The Shahab-3 has a range of up to 2,000km (1,240 miles), potentially putting Israel and American bases in the Gulf within range, analysts say.
The tests are likely to be seen as a gesture of defiance by Iran, says the BBC’s Tehran correspondent, Jon Leyne.
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